Re:creation & Razor USA move against Scream Wholesale

Published on: 23rd January 2012

Ahead of London Toy Fair, Re:creation Limited is notifying  all retailers that a Cease and  Desist notice has been issued by Razor USA Llc against Scream Wholesale Limited with regard to the promotion and sale of products that infringe the intellectual property rights of Razor USA Llc.

Re:creation says this includes copies of products including Razor’s Powerwing, Riprider 360, Ripstik Air and Spark Scooters and direct copying of Razor packaging design, copyright photography and product manuals

Re:creation notice goes on to underline its status as exclusive UK & Ireland distributor of Razor products and advises retail buyers that they should disregard any of these products should they appear on Scream Wholesale’s stand at London Toy Fair and be aware of the general risks they expose themselves to should they stock intellectual property infringing products.


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