The following are possible indicators that your customer might be planning an unlawful diversion:

  • The customer or purchasing agent is reluctant to offer information about the end-use of a product.

  • The product's capabilities do not fit the buyer's line of business.

  • The customer is unfamiliar with the product's performance specifications but still wants the product.

  • A freight-forwarding firm is listed as the product's final destination.

  • The shipping route is abnormal for the ultimate destination.

  • When questioned, the buyer is evasive or unclear about whether the product is destined for domestic use, export or re-exports.

  • The customer refuses to sign the End Consignee Statement-End Use Certificate (ECS-EUC)



  • "Partnering for Compliance"
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  • Maarten Sengers BCG
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  • BIS-Bureau of Industry and Security on-line training
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  • Gene Sanders
    Dangerous Goods (Haz Mat)
    Classification, Training & Consulting

  • There is a free webinar that will be offered by Management Dynamics on the upcoming Export Reform. It is being offered through the ICPA LinkedIn group. If you are not a member, you can request to join and register later for the webinar.
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