thanks for the heads up,
wow ... it's like they didn't even want to try ... copy and paste,
in a way, they are kinda telling the truth, Jomashop does sell authentic watches ... problem is, they're not Jomashop :)
Is there a way for a third party to report a fraudulent seller to eBay? It seems a little strange to me if the only remedy for a fake seller like this is for the eventual duped buyer to file an eBay claim after-the-fact. Especially considering that the buyers who are likely to fall for these schemes are unlikely to know the difference between real and fake watches to begin with.
So they have now started to fake the seller too.
Even less attractive to buy anything from Ebay. Not that I have ever bought anything from there.....
Seen it the other day. Ebay is cool if you know what you are doing (buy the seller and all that same stuff that applies on forum sales too).
thanks for heads up both listings reported to ebay,i have bought several watches from private sellers with great satisfaction,cheers
I try to stay away from Ebay. Just seems like a way to ask for problems. I'm sure that if you know what you are doing (as stated above) that it can be used without fear. I just don't feel like taking the time.
Omega | Hamilton | Tissot | G-Shock
Good catch!! As they say: if it sounds to good to be true . . . . . it always is!
God catch, i wouldn't have caught those as fakes,not well versed in Omega's
The price is obviously the first clue, but what else should we look out for?
Last edited by chirs1211; December 27th, 2012 at 18:47.
Each watch is supposedly from a different seller but the listing styles are identical and neither has any feedback.
I have since also been shown an SMP listed in the same way. I have reported all three.
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