Virginia Woman Gets 60 Months For Phony Cisco Gear
In 2011, Chun-Yu Zhao of Chantilly, Va., was sentenced to 60 months in prisonfor helping to lead a counterfeiting group that specialized in Cisco equipment, according to the U.S. Department of Justice.
Court documents said Zhao and co-conspirators in China lied on declaration forms and used counterfeit labels and packaging to sell fake Cisco products. Zhao ran a Chantilly-based networking equipment reseller business called JDC Networking, and used as many as nine aliases during the scam.
In addition to her 60 months, Zhao was ordered to pay $2,709,238 in restitution and a $17,500 fine. She also faces three years of supervision following her release from prison.