Nov 23, 2022 3:26 PM
The finance minister was in charge of coordinating the fight against fraud at Liège airport on Wednesday morning. At the Cianaio Center headquarters, he points out the rules of online buying and pitfalls to avoid as Black Friday, St. Nicholas and the end of the year holidays approach.
The World Cup is in the hands of Finance Minister Vincent van Petegem. It is one of 230,000 fakes seized by Belgian customs this year at Liege airport. On the eve of Black Friday and year-end celebrations, Customs warns of the dangers of online purchases, particularly counterfeit products. Customs also educates consumers about very cheap products outside the EU. It can end up costing you up to 30% more with VAT and import duties if your purchase exceeds €150. Be careful, everything can be faked, among the top 3 fake games we find games, then mobile phones and computers, but also clothes and accessories.