I am angry. I let myself get really scammed, so I admit that I am angry with myself as well as a watch dealer trading on the website Globalreplica.com. I was taken by their promise of Rolex Grade 1 Swiss replicas with all the 2008 markings, etc. I talked to what appeared to be a knowledgeable and helpful salesperson who told me I could inspect any COD delivered watch prior to payment with a US Postal Money Order payable to WWR (World Wide Replicas). On August 25, 2008, I ordered a watch for myself and one for my wife, and I am ashamed to admit what I paid for them. The watches arrived via FedEx in two days, but FedEx wouldn't let me see the watches until I paid for them. Right there, I should have refused delivery.
Neither watch was what was ordered. Owning a real Swiss replica purchased about 5-years ago, I knew what to expect. What I received are not Swiss replicas, they have no 2008 markings, and mine has a crown that is defective won't screw down. Their quality consists of what I have seen in watches selling for less than $50 in towns across the Mexican border. You could guess it - now that I own these pieces of junk, the dealer is unwilling to discuss the problem much less deliver the watches I ordered. I have been scammed.
Please learn a lesson from this experience with World Wide Replicas trading on the website Globalreplica.com. These people are simply fraudulent, so don't waste your money. Avoid getting angry at yourself. I am considering developing a website that will appear whenever someone searches watch replicas. The site will be focused on Global Replicas (World Wide Replicas) as a very fraudulent operation.
Virginia Beach, Virginia