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Complaint Review: Patrade A/S -

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  • Reported By: Warrior Mashiachiym — Wichita United States
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Patrade A/S They frequently go after sellers by claiming copyright infringement when they have no jurisdiction over them. The only jurisdiction they have is in Sweden alone and nowhere else in the world. They are grossly incompetent at the law and with all business matters pertaining to products sold on the Internet, especially eBay and Amazon.

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Patrade A/S is owned and operated in Sweden alone.  They have no jurisdiction to go after any seller in any other country, including the United States of America.  This proves how incompetent they are when "representing" other companies. 

Everything they do is in fraud and abuse of power because they are liable for every action they take.  Nothing they do is ethical because it is ran by a bunch of criminals.  Don't recommend. 

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