D-Link appeals to users after major theft

D-Link has been the victim of a major theft of wireless broadband equipment and is urging users to help try to track it down.

D-Link has been the victim of a major theft of wireless broadband equipment and is urging users to help try to track it down.

D-Link says 7,200 pieces of wireless broadband router and adapter kit were stolen in the UK on route to its European Logistic Centre.

The stolen kit, used by businesses and consumers, consists of broadband router and USB adapters carrying the DWL-922/E model number.

D-Link says it has evidence that these goods are now being sold in the open market at heavily discounted prices.

The company is urging the public to help find the stolen goods and to contact it if they have come into contact with or bought one of the products.

The stolen goods also have the UPC Code: 790069285479, which is indicated on the bar-code, together with an individual serial number label of the retail box.

The D-Link website has further information to help users spot the stolen goods, which it says “are causing confusion in the channel”.

 

 

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