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post #76 of 87
Is Moncler even Styleforum approved?
post #77 of 87
it possibly could have been a returned fake. i dont have a barneys new york in my city but i do have a co-op. the co-op accepts items purchased from barneys new york from another city and the website. i dont think the co-op employees have experience with certain brands that they dont sell at their location so that could be the root of the problem with fake return items bypassing into inventory.
post #78 of 87
As some on who works in design in the apparel industry, I can tell you that labels, packaging and zippers all change frequently from season to season. Even when styles are repeated, as in basic stock replenishment programs, new packaging is often developed for no other reason then to keep the designer interested in what he's working on. Furthermore, grammatical mistakes on labels are far more frequent than you would think as well. While I was working there, Rugby ran a label that said "Rubgy" on it for two seasons without anyone catching on.

Check Chestercopperpot's previous feedback, its perfect. He sells so much on this site. Why would he risk his impeccable SF seller's reputation, one that has taken him years to build, for a couple hundred bucks? Think about that.

His only mistake has been to give in to you vultures and issue a partial refund at all.
post #79 of 87
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Originally Posted by GinoAGC View Post
As some on who works in design in the apparel industry, I can tell you that labels, packaging and zippers all change frequently from season to season. Even when styles are repeated, as in basic stock replenishment programs, new packaging is often developed for no other reason then to keep the designer interested in what he's working on. Furthermore, grammatical mistakes on labels are far more frequent than you would think as well. While I was working there, Rugby ran a label that said "Rubgy" on it for two seasons without anyone catching on.

Check Chestercopperpot's previous feedback, its perfect. He sells so much on this site. Why would he risk his impeccable SF seller's reputation, one that has taken him years to build, for a couple hundred bucks? Think about that.

His only mistake has been to give in to you vultures and issue a partial refund at all.

I agree with regard to number of grammatical errors on labels. But the missing Lampo zippers are suspicious (I compared them with mine) as well as the lack of a "made in" tag. Mine appears above the red/navy detail. I think it's rather obvious that Barney's got taken by someone clever enough to buy the real jacket and return it with a fake for a refund. In the end, it was honest buyers/sellers on this thread that got taken. Sucks.
post #80 of 87
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In the end, it was honest buyers/sellers on this thread that got taken. Sucks.

I'd say it worked out pretty well for dantehh
post #81 of 87
Haha true. Free fake... If he's in Korea he might be able to pull off the same job at Dongdaemun market.
post #82 of 87
Hey Guys,
I'm new here but I'm a web-marketing assistant for Certilogo.

For all Monclers starting from the Autumn/Winter 2008 collection, the only way to 100% guarantee that your Moncler is not a fake is to verify the authenticity of a product by entering Certilogo's unique identification (CLG) code into the Product Authentication Service found at www.certilogo.com. This CLG code is placed by Moncler on each of its products' woven labels.

For more info, see our video (see link below) or feel free to ask me any questions!
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post #83 of 87
Epic bump, to say the least...
post #84 of 87
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Just make sure you file a dispute in time KVC, you only have 45 days and since it sold on March 4 you only have a couple of days left.

^ It doesn't really matter where you say you bought it, authentic gear doesn't have grammatical errors, lol.

Actually it does, I've seen it relatively often on high end labels (originals, bought from brand stores, stuff like dior homme or whatever). Not saying this one isn't fake but original labels with grammatical mistakes, especially in other languages than english=common. It is also common on foodstuff and all kinds of things...
post #85 of 87
Sooo, just to add some suspicion - what if Dantehh already had a fake Montcler, and then bought a real one from Here, and returned the fake for a full refund from KVC06. I doubt that KVC06 or CCC would notice the diffference between the two jackets. This way he gets a real Moncler jacket for the cost of a fake one. Just an idle thought. Sorry Dantehh for casting any aspersions here, but I'm just keeping an open mind, as you seem to be the fellow with the least amount of cred here. I believe he's also located in Korea, where a few fakes are made as well.
post #86 of 87
^ This is old and has been resolved.
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