A Pennsylvania garment wholesaler has agreed to pay the U.S. $1 million to settle allegations brought by a whistleblower that it violated the False Claims Act with a scheme to underpay U.S. customs duties on imported clothing. Warminster, Pennsylvania-based Notations Inc. had a business partner that imported garments from China, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) said. That partner engaged in a scheme to underpay customs duties owed on the garments it sold to Notations, ICE said. Although Notations knew about this fraudulent practice, the company chose to ignore it, ICE said. The discounts the partner company provided were ... Read More
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