If an ICPO, LOI, RWA, or BCL is issued and the document is not real, the Seller will be able to inform the FBI, ICC, and INTERPOL. In addition, after an FCO is sent to the Buyer, there should be a formal answer to the Seller from the Buyer. If there is no response from the Buyer in a timely manner, the buying company will be reported to the FBI, ICC, and INTERPOL. If this action is repeated by Sellers, they too will also be reported for abuse of the NCNDA, LOI, ICPO, and RWA OR BCL: such action is a criminal offence.
The international codes will be strictly enforced to exclude all intruders that send out false information. Those who submit a false NCNDA/IMFPA, LOI, ICPO, RWA or BCL, or FCO, as well as FALSE PROOF OF PRODUCT (POP), WILL BE CHARGED WITH A CRIME. This went into effect on November 15, 2008 after a meeting was held between the US Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, Interpol, US Federal Bureau of Investigation and The US Central Intelligence Agency.