Following the death of a Chinese woman from electrocution using a faulty, possibly counterfeit iPhone charger, Apple has launched a new program that will help customers avoid a similar circumstance with their not-so-official equipment. Apple’s Chinese market has launched a “buy-back” initiative, where customers can take their fake chargers into locations and exchange it out for an officially compatible one straight from the company, for just ten dollars.

The program, which runs now through October 18, includes any iPhone, iPod or iPad chargers not made by Apple. Customers will also need to bring in their device with them, complete with serial number, to assure they’re getting the proper equipment at the time of sale.

No word yet if this program will launch in other markets.

Source: Quartz