- Report: #1107604
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Complaint Review: Luxury-Replicas
Luxury-Replicas, Select State/Province USA
Luxury-Replicas Not sure of other known DBA companies. they'll be happy to show you a professional looking web site with popular replica watches of expensive fashion brands, take your credit card payment and never send you a thing. a total scam to OFF. China, but you find out from credit card statement China Bank acct
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These people have a very legitimate looking professional website, easy to be taken in by the high end replica time pieces at reduced prices. The problem is you send your money and get nothing but a charge on your credit card from China and nothing else. I won't be taken advantage of again. This was a bit too good to be true because it is to good to be true. Caveat Emptor! Buyer beware. If you do get your watches I'd appreciate a return area and a copy of the shipping manifest, I can't find any contact information to even request a refund or who this company is our where they actually are based? I'm sure there are many that would appreciate this information if you get any.
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