- Report: #126491
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Complaint Review: Tourneau
TourneauThe Forum Shops At Caesars,3500 Las Vegas BLVD Las Vegas, Nevada U.S.A.
Tourneau ripoff fake watches scams, used Rolex sold as new Las Vegas Nevada
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It came in after one week and the clerk at Tourneau called me to come in and pick my watch. They where all very kind to me and they apologized as the Sub thay had in did not have any certificate of warranty or chronograph certification along, so they would have sent those to me in Italy later on.
Bunch of bullsh**!!! Every Rolex, if it's a real one, HAVE to come with those certificates. Then I gave a look a that watch, which was clearly a restored Submariner from the early 80'!!!
When asked to have a look and the other Rolex they had in the store for a confrontation with this one they all went pale!!I started to scream and yell at the clerk and other salepersons. Dennis Rodman was there too, buying a 13.900USD Daytona with his lousy girlfriend and stared at the conversation between me and the poor guys. The manager did not even wanted to talk to me when the clerk called him.
End of the story I had my money back and threatened to report the episode at the Rolex factory in Switzerland. So if you go at Tourneau in your city, buy Casio, Luminox, Swiss Army, Suunto or other cheap and fun watches, do not buy top brand ones. The possibility that you're getting a fake piece of crap is extremely high!!
Las Vegas, Nevada
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 01/08/2005 02:33 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Tourneau/Las-Vegas-Nevada-89109/Tourneau-ripoff-fake-watches-scams-used-Rolex-sold-as-new-Las-Vegas-Nevada-126491. 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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