Stolen Artwork

Masonic Art Theft

If you choose a Masonic supplier overseas, ask them to send you an actual, physical sample before you purchase your regalia. It might just be that they are not regalia suppliers at all! You might become the victim of an Internet scam!

If this Regalia supplier is from Sailkot, Pakistan, contact the SCCI – Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industries http://www.scci.com.pk/

Adnan Yousaf of Win Master Industries (A.K.A. www.superbadges.com www.blazer-badges.com and www.masonregalia.co.uk and www.winmasterind.com/products.htm) has stolen three images from my web site. The apron case I staged the photograph myself. The black name tag has my name on it.

http://www.blazer-badges.com/images/apron-cases.jpg

The two aprons were custom-made for me, and not my Win Master Industries. They are stealing my photos for their site on Alibaba.com and www.blazer-badges.com.

Stolen Artwork My Original Artwork
Win Master Industries has stolen three images
Stolen Artwork My Original Artwork
Win Master Industries has stolen three images
Stolen Artwork My Original Artwork
Win Master Industries has stolen three images

They have also stolen photos from my fabricator:

Look at http://www.victoriaregalia.com/productimages/large/RedCKCordon.jpg and compare it to:

http://i00.i.aliimg.com/photo/v0/110243622/Masonic_Regalia.jpghttp://pk00923008614014.trustpass.alibaba.com/product/110243622-103294123/Masonic_Regalia.html.

Or look at: http://www.victoriaregalia.com/productimages/large/ROSredcordon.jpg and compare it to:

http://i00.i.aliimg.com/photo/v0/110243664/Masonic_Regalia.jpghttp://pk00923008614014.trustpass.alibaba.com/product/110243664-103294123/Masonic_Regalia.html

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  1. Stolen Artwork http://masonicregalia.ca/images/Stolen_Artwork.jpg My Original Artwork

    Compare these images. Look at the tassels. http://www.shouzabintl.com has stolen images of my Master Mason aprons – my original work. I recognised my image because of the position of the tassel balls and chains and realised their photo was stolen directly from my fabricator’s site.

    Names connected with this theft are: M.Awais Abdulrashed and Rayan Maher, who claim they are owners of Shouzab International http://www.shouzabintl.com/. Beware also that Shouzab International sells NAZI flags http://www.shouzabintl.com/copy/SI-1262_3_330.jpg


    On 05-03-2011 M. Qasim Younas, Gold Fine Embroidery, info@goldfine-embroidery.com emailed me photos of the regalia he produces – one of his photos was my apron [see below]. Hoping there was a misunderstanding, I questioned him about it. His response was: “These are our pictures which we produce in my factory. Not taken from your & other customer web site.” Qasim Younas deliberately stole my photo.

    My Original Artwork

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