By Scooby Axson
July 12, 2012

Federal investigators shut down 70 websites that were selling fake NFL merchandise. (Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Federal investigators shut down up to 70 websites across the United States that were selling fake NFL merchandise, including jerseys, reports the Deseret News. Some of the websites included the names, and

On Thursday, federal authorities said the Salt Lake investigation is part of Project Copycat, a national ICE-led crackdown targeting websites selling a wide array of counterfeit goods, such as baby carriers, language and fitness DVD sets, clothing and jewelry. The jerseys were being sold by so-called “copycat” websites, which mimic the look of legitimate retail websites, federal officials said

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