Moncler is leading the way in the war against counterfeiting (stopfakes.moncler.com). With its rigorous anti-counterfeiting strategy, Moncler is attacking on all fronts. Starting with the web, where many un-authorized sites are using the name Moncler. Moncler urges the e-commerce consumer to be wary of these sites where fraud is prevalent and clients become the unwitting victims. Moncler is taking action to shut these sites down and take possession of the domain, just as in the case of .
Moncler's official sites are:
www.moncler.com, where you can view our collections and find authorized retail outlets that distribute them;
www.monclergroup.com, where you can find institutional information about our group.
Starting from the Fall/Winter 2008 collection, Moncler has placed an identification code called the “CLG Code” on all of its merchandise. The code consists of 12 digits placed on the Moncler label sewn into the garment. No two items have the same CLG Code. If a Moncler garment does not have the CLG Code attached it is a fake. To verify the authenticity of your Moncler go to www.certilogo.com and insert your code.
Moncler sells its merchandise online only on store.moncler.com
Moncler does not sell its merchandise online. If you surf the internet it is quite possible that you will find Moncler items for sale or up for auction on certain sites. Before buying verify that the auction/listing has the Certilogo Button. Only retailers who sell authentic products receive a Certilogo Button. Click on the Button, check that the info provided by the vendor matches with our records and, once you receive the item at home, go to www.certilogo.com to double-check that the seller has sent you the authentic item and not a fake.