Thank you for your response.
If these were counterfeit merchandise this could cause a problem for you. I would never recommend that a person respond directly to this type of claim, because anything you say can be used against you, so you really should use an attorney to respond. The response would be that you legitimately purchased them at a swap meet and provide proof of where you purchase them and you were selling them under your right to resell. Your attorney would tell them you had no knowledge the merchandise was fake or counterfeit and that you also did not make any profit from the sale at this point. The attorney will negotiate by telling them if they are counterfeit then you will cease sales and will surrender any remaining product to them or will destroy them at their discretion, but that you do not owe them anything for your conduct in that you believed you were selling real product which you had a right to do under your right to resell.
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