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OK. I am basically a “Brick & Mortar” type shopper who likes to look, touch, try on and get the physical experience of buying a big ticket timepiece. My first time on World’s Best for a ladies rolex oyster datejust. Unfortunately we lost this watch from a home invasion and after all said and done with insurance I wound up losing a few bucks.
Anyway my question on this site is simple;
Everyone rates and talks about how the customer service is great and how they kiss and wipe you derrier, etc. But only 1 or 2 reviews actually mention that they had the authenticity actually checked and verified by an authorized “LEGIT” Jeweler /watch dealer. I’m not too far from Rolex itself in NYC and plan on bringing the whole pretty package, paperwork, ID card and the likes for full verification. The origin of my watch states its from BUSAN KOREA(North or South?) purchased by a
You tell me, from the land of the greatest counterfeiters, or is it really “real”.
Enough with the patronizing of the concierge, if they sneak in just 1 phoney “counterfeit” amongst all their sales every now and then, then we have a serious problem.
BTW of the 4 emails I received from Robert, not 1 mentions an Order number.
Excellent service, fast responses, product delivered as expected. Have bought items multiple times and very happy with services. Communications are exceptional.
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