What is counterfeit product?
To counterfeit means to illegally imitate an item or good. Counterfeit products are often manufactured with the intent to take advantage of the superior value of the imitated product. In our case, customers might encounter goods that visibly appear to be authentic M·A·C Cosmetics products but lack the superior quality, research and development time invested in all of our products.
What M·A·C does to counter counterfeiting?
M·A·C Cosmetics takes great pride in producing the finest quality prestige makeup. Because of this, we vigorously pursue counterfeiting operations and the individuals responsible for the production, distribution and sale of the counterfeit goods. We work with local, regional, national law enforcement and UK and foreign customs officials to prevent the illegal sale and distribution of counterfeit goods. Internationally we take legal action and pursue criminal prosecutions and take down websites and online auctions which sell counterfeit products.
Where to find official M·A·C products?
M·A·C Cosmetics does not offer its products through individuals, street vendors, flea markets, internet auctions, independent boutiques or unauthorised retailers. M·A·C does not sell its products at wholesale over the internet
To be certain that you are purchasing authentic M·A·C products, visit our "Find Stores" page to locate M·A·C Cosmetics at an authorised retailer near you. M·A·C Cosmetics are also available online at MACCosmetics.co.uk, Selfridges.com, Houseoffraser.co.uk and Debenhams.com.
To report counterfeits, please call 0370 034 6700 and ask to speak with the trade mark security team or email email@example.com. The following information is helpful to us when trying to take action against a counterfeiter: -Location Name and Address-Type of Location (eBay, independent boutique, unauthorised retailer, etc.)-Product Being Sold -Details of any Trade Marks (the M·A·C logo or specific designs)