Just read this story in sfgate today - http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2007/09/05/BA1VRVJGH.DTL Two Daly City men have been sentenced for their roles in a scheme to sell counterfeit designer handbags on eBay and at a Richmond store. Johnny Lee Tan, 45, was sentenced to 18 months in prison for money laundering, and his nephew, Kevin Pua, 28, was sentenced to five years' probation for conspiracy. At a hearing Thursday in San Francisco, U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White ordered Tan to begin serving his sentence on Dec. 3. A third defendant, Pua's mother, Nancy Tan Pua, 50, pleaded guilty to one count each of mail fraud, wire fraud, trafficking in counterfeit goods and money laundering and is scheduled to be sentenced on Dec. 6. The three hosted eBay auctions for handbags they falsely claimed were made by Prada, Christian Dior, Fendi and Gucci. They also sold the bags at a store called Label Love on Pierce Street in Richmond. Kevin Pua acted as a "gopher" for his mother and did not appear to benefit substantially even though he was paid, Assistant U.S. Attorney Kyle Waldinger wrote in a sentencing memorandum. Tan admitted to laundering more than $210,000. From January 2002 to December 2003, Nancy Pua wired more than $2 million from thousands of eBay buyers to accounts in Switzerland, China and Malta "with the intent to promote the sale of counterfeit goods," authorities said.