Okay so I've been in this business for about a year and I know pretty much all the rules but yet I screwed up. So about 2 weeks ago I ordered some electronic iphone cases (not disclosing company name) off of a Chinese website. I know that's stupid in itself but these actually looked really genuine and the rep was very persuasive. Anyways yeah they turned out to be foo foo and DHL seized my package about 4-5 days ago. Here is where stuff gets really dicey, U.S. customs sent the electronics company a report stating that I tried to import 1,600 dollars worth of electronic cases (which were 70 cases that I ordered). Electronics company then sends me a letter which I received today. The letter was addressed to my real name and my real address. The letter basically says to stop selling foo foo and buying foo foo electronic cases and to give them some information regarding where I bought them from. My question to you is, should i respond to them? Or just leave it alone? I'm thinking just respond to them and claim innocent and tell them this is the first package I have ordered. I already have a letter written up but I do not want to get too personal with the details. My biggest fear is that they are affiliated with a lawsuit company like Johnson and Pham (which they are) and then they come after me. I may be overreacting but I'm not sure. I know you guys aren't attorneys but a lot of you are really smart and I'd like to hear what you guys have to say thanks. =x I just want to put this behind me and move forward more cautiously.