A Derbyshire market trader who sold thousands of fake goods has been told to pay back £49,000 ? or face jail.
Forty one-year-old Wayne Foster of The Nook, Loscoe, Heanor appeared before Nottingham Crown Court on Thursday (14 March) when he was ordered to repay the money in six months or risk a 15-month prison term.
We bought the action forward under the Proceeds of Crime Act.
Last May, Foster had admitted eight offences under the Trade Marks Act of selling counterfeit goods from Ilkeston Market and of possessing fake goods for sale. He received a 12-month community order to carry out 120 hours unpaid work.
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