- Report: #776876
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Complaint Review: Watch Repairs USA
Watch Repairs USA100North Center St Internet United States of America
Watch Repairs USA Stole my watch parts -subistuted a lesser movement and parts after asking for $399.00 to repair Internet, Internet
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(because I sent them pictures of said watch), has real diamonds and is 21 jewels.
Than I found "watchrepariesUSA"on line read everything they had on site ! including their "code of ethics"s ent them watch, waited for estimate for repair,waited-got estimate for $399.00 , !!! , no thank you ! They sent me e-mail watch shipped (I had to Pay $16.95 ),received watch via UPS , opened box and GUESS WHAT ! all the guts-movement were switched ! I opened it and checked it against my pictures !!
Has now a marked: swiss 15 jewel movement, different serial number, different makers mark from a "arrow" to a "acorn" and no longer a 6AE bulova watch !
I was suggested on web search that watch may be worth up top $2500 dollars because custom built with the 21 jewels and 6AE guts . [continued below]....
So now I am stuck by theft - fraud and I'm sorry it wasn't shipped via The US post office as it could be postal fraud ..
Yet they did steel-defraud-over state lines !! my property !! HELLO !!!
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 09/14/2011 06:52 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Watch-Repairs-USA/internet/Watch-Repairs-USA-Stole-my-watch-parts-subistuted-a-lesser-movement-and-parts-after-aski-776876. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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