Export Restrictions

Unless authorized by the U.S. Government, MCC (Micro Computer Control Corporation) prohibits export and reexport of MCC hardware, software, services, and technology to destinations, companies, or individuals subject to U.S. embargoes or trade sanctions. Government policy is to deny requests for such authorization in almost all cases.

Illegal diversion of items to restricted destinations, companies, or individuals without proper export authorization is a primary concern of the U.S. Government and constitutes a serious violation of the export laws.


The following countries are subject to U.S. embargo or restrictive trade sanctions:

Cote d'Ivoire
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Former Liberian Regime of Charles Taylor
North Korea

This list is subject to change. For the most current information on U.S. embargoed and sanctioned countries, see the U.S. Export Administration Regulations and U.S. Treasury Department Office of Foreign Assets Control.


U.S. Commerce Department's list of Denied Persons.


Certain circumstances may indicate when an inappropriate end use, end user, or destination may be involved in an export or reexport. If MCC partners, resellers, and distributors discover any of the following circumstances, you are required to halt the transaction and contact MCC's Export Coordinator marketing@mcc-us.com immediately.

  1. The customer or its address is similar to one of the parties found on the Commerce Department's list of Denied Persons.
  2. Customer financial information is unavailable from normal commercial sources and principals are unknown by trade sources.
  3. Customer is reluctant to provide end-use/end-user information.
  4. Customer requests unusual payment terms or currencies.
  5. Order amounts, packaging, or delivery routing do not correspond with normal industry practice.
  6. Performance/design characteristics of commodity ordered is incompatible with customer's line of business or stated end-use.
  7. Customer uses only ``P.O. Box'' address or has facilities that appear inappropriate for the commodity(ies) ordered.
  8. Customer's order is for parts known to be inappropriate, or for which the customer appears to have no legitimate need (e.g. there is no indication of prior authorized shipment of system for which the parts are sought).
  9. Customer is known to have, or is suspected of having, unauthorized dealings with parties and/or destinations on the Denied Persons or Embargoed Countries list.
  10. Instructions to make direct shipments to trading companies, freight forwarders, export companies or companies with no apparent connection to the purchaser.
  11. Packing requirements inconsistent with shipping mode and/or destination.
  12. Indirect or economically illogical routing.
  13. Customer appears unfamiliar with the product or application.