Feds Seize 21,000 Counterfeit
FHI Heat Ceramic Flat Irons
FHI Heat has a message for counterfeiters: Don’t even think about it.
Earlier this month, more than 21,000 counterfeit FHI Heat Ceramic Flat Irons were confiscated in Texas by Port of Houston authorities, and an intense investigation is underway in Houston and Washington, D.C.
In the wake of this event, FHI Heat President Shauky Gulamani is unequivocal. “I want to assure our customers that we will not tolerate counterfeiting or diversion,” Shauky declares. “We are initiating a campaign to battle this shameful and detestable act and are working with our legal team to prevent this from happening in the future.”
Shauky goes on to assert that the company will do everything in its power to protect the exclusivity of the FHI Heat brand, which includes luxurious, award-winning hairstyling irons and dryers used by top salon and celebrity stylists. “We will not tolerate anyone usurping the FHI name and using it to mislead consumers into believing they are buying our products,” he declares.