The store once appearing at this domain name was selling replica handbags, wallets, scarves, sunglasses, shoes, boots, belts, watches and jewelry including necklaces, pendants, bracelets, rings and earrings. After Chanel, along with Louis Vuitton and Tiffany, took legal action against the site, a judge ordered the store closed and its operator to pay Chanel over $1,600,000.00 in damages. Further, to prevent the domain name from being used for the same illegal purpose again, the judge ordered the domain transferred to Chanel’s control.

When you buy Chanel replica and replica Chanel merchandise, not only are you buying illegitimate Chanel products that are of poorer quality and design; you are also funding unlawful conduct and could even be supporting organized crime networks.

As an internationally known logo and fashion company, Chanel produces the best quality handbags by using only the finest materials and stitching. The construction and material of Chanel replicas are nowhere near the standards of authentic Chanel products. In addition to their unlawful conduct of illegally selling Chanel replicas, counterfeiters often engage in identity theft and theft of personal belongings; crimes in which taxes are not paid causing the loss of city and state revenues.

Because search engines generally do not screen for authenticity, there has been a large boom of postings for the sale of counterfeit and replica Chanel products. Chanel has been adamant about stopping the sale of counterfeit products to ensure that its customers are buying and receiving only authentic and quality Chanel products. Unfortunately, Chanel cannot provide the public with detailed information on how to identify genuine Chanel products since counterfeiters could use this information to create better copies and further deceive the public. The only way you can be certain you are purchasing a genuine Chanel product is to purchase it from an authorized Chanel retailer. To find a list of authorized retailers where genuine Chanel may be purchased, please visit