Just because everyone does it and it’s unregulated, doesn’t mean its ok. The industry is so deep into clones, that only companies with core values that create sustainable products, will have a long-lasting successful businesses.
The industry and the world are stocked up with what we call FAKE Chinese toner, and in some ways the Chinese in our industry have won the toner battle, but in other ways their overproduction has also corrupted the economic viability of so many. We totally understand the needs and struggles to make money and survive throughout any industry, but when cheaters come along and everyone in the west jumps on their bandwagon with hopes of fortunes to come, one must think twice about moving forward so easily.
Just Because Everyone is Doing it, Doesn’t Make it Right. The latest trend is toner remanufacturers stuffing their reman toner boxes with Chinese clones and selling them as Reman’s. We’ve known about this for a while now. To be clear Tonernews.com is NOT the toner police and frankly we don’t really care that much what individual businesses do, we are only here to expose a Chinese manufacturing toner cartel that’s hiding in Asia. This cartel has corrupted reseller and distributors around the globe and since this is the new normal, we are OK with it, but it’s not going to stop us from exposing this.
Since we are U.S. based, we know for a fact that many state and local agencies are blindly being dupped into buying Reman toner and getting Chinese clones inside the box instead. This is a sad situation that clearly cheats American businesses and the businesses that support them. Besides random articles from Tonernews.com, There is rarely any oversight on this and if states and local agencies can save money and provide businesses with income, it’s all good in a day’s work.
Everyone makes mistakes in life. Sometimes good people make bad choices. It doesn’t mean they are bad. It means they are human. There’s change going on around us every day, so think about what you do today so that you don’t have to worry about what happens tomorrow.