China's State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine has published its second list of fake TCM websites for this year, and a total of 32 traditional Chinese medicine service providers have been exposed.
The 32 websites are tnbysk.com, keminhqs.com, 533tf.com, ylpfb.com, gxy5566.net, gxykf120.com, 99pfw.com, zypfb120.com, bdfkf999.com, zgtongfeng.net, bftfw.net, 6120npx.com, zggjtf.com, zgtfkfzx.com, fsbzyw.com, 120gbw.com, zyk120.com, gbkcjb.com, gaoxueya666.com, jkbdf999.com, gxy2009.com, 120pfbkfw.com, 51688w.cn, 01pfb.com, gznpx.com, gxy12315.net, 120pfw.cn, 2009fs.com, qlxzmz.com, bjtfw.com, sxpfbyy.cn and hnqgy.com.
SATCM said that these websites use fake TCM institution names or sell their unlicensed TCM products by concocting fake cases or setting up fake illegal information reporting centers in the name of the World Health Organization and SATCM. In addition, they also linked their websites to the website of the Ministry of Health, SATCM and China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences as their partners.
SATCM reminded Chinese consumers to be alert and not to be cheated by these counterfeit websites.
Since 2008, SATCM began to publish the lists of fake TCM websites on a quarterly basis and hand over the information of the false websites to China's Ministry of Industry and Information Technology to have MIIT help shut them down.