Report: #320502

Complaint Review: GLOBAL REPLICA Watches

  • Submitted: Mon, March 24, 2008
  • Updated: Mon, March 24, 2008
  • Reported By: Marshfield Massachusetts
  • GLOBAL REPLICA Watches

    New York, New York
    U.S.A.

Show customers why they should trust your business over your competitors...

Global Replica has the most impressive and believable website that I have ever seen. They even have implimented a "objective reviewer" - They literally created a website that supposedly rates and reviews the other replica watch companies out there. Surprise, surprise- Nothing but rave reviews for Global Replica.
I bought a "swiss" rolex. They are supposed to be absolutely the same as the real rolex, ie. the heavy weight, time movements, smooth sweeping motion, markings, etc.

The watch that I got was the same as the one I bought in the Bahamas for $40. It was light weight and had the "ticking" arm movement. When I tried to contact them on numerous occasions they literally hung up on me when I told them my name. The e-mails that I sent them were "undeliverable." They must have put me on their blocked list. I paid $725 for this piece of garbage.
DO NOT BE FOOLED!!

They only take Postal Money orders COD. They probably don't take bank checks because they are trackable. When I did a search for the return address for the COD check, the company is Chinese Express-something.

Pamd
Marshfield, Massachusetts
U.S.A.
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#1 Consumer Comment

Why don't you simply buy a REAL Rolex?

AUTHOR: Friendly Help - (U.S.A.)

Good grief, if having something that 'looks like a real Rolex' is that important, why don't you BUY a real Rolex?

Seems to me that if you are willing to spend $700-plus on a fake watch, you might as well 'go all the way' and buy the real deal. A website can show and claim ANYTHING. You need to study disinterested third-party sites.

There is- or was- a website that discusses Swiss Calibres (watch movements) and another site that discusses how to identify real Brietling watches from fakes. The lessons from the Brietling site apply also to Rolex. These lessons are manditory for anyone who might buy a Swiss watch on eBay.

The stepping ('ticking') second-hand movement indicates a quartz movement, while Rolex only uses Rolex mechanical movements..... except that Rolex chronographs were using Zenith mechanical chronograph movements (the finest available) but Rolex may now have developed a Rolex mechanical chronograph movement.

Fake Swiss watches usually have stamped bezels, another givaway. The Swiss MACHINE their bezels.
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#2 Consumer Comment

Why don't you simply buy a REAL Rolex?

AUTHOR: Friendly Help - (U.S.A.)

Good grief, if having something that 'looks like a real Rolex' is that important, why don't you BUY a real Rolex?

Seems to me that if you are willing to spend $700-plus on a fake watch, you might as well 'go all the way' and buy the real deal. A website can show and claim ANYTHING. You need to study disinterested third-party sites.

There is- or was- a website that discusses Swiss Calibres (watch movements) and another site that discusses how to identify real Brietling watches from fakes. The lessons from the Brietling site apply also to Rolex. These lessons are manditory for anyone who might buy a Swiss watch on eBay.

The stepping ('ticking') second-hand movement indicates a quartz movement, while Rolex only uses Rolex mechanical movements..... except that Rolex chronographs were using Zenith mechanical chronograph movements (the finest available) but Rolex may now have developed a Rolex mechanical chronograph movement.

Fake Swiss watches usually have stamped bezels, another givaway. The Swiss MACHINE their bezels.
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#3 Consumer Comment

Why don't you simply buy a REAL Rolex?

AUTHOR: Friendly Help - (U.S.A.)

Good grief, if having something that 'looks like a real Rolex' is that important, why don't you BUY a real Rolex?

Seems to me that if you are willing to spend $700-plus on a fake watch, you might as well 'go all the way' and buy the real deal. A website can show and claim ANYTHING. You need to study disinterested third-party sites.

There is- or was- a website that discusses Swiss Calibres (watch movements) and another site that discusses how to identify real Brietling watches from fakes. The lessons from the Brietling site apply also to Rolex. These lessons are manditory for anyone who might buy a Swiss watch on eBay.

The stepping ('ticking') second-hand movement indicates a quartz movement, while Rolex only uses Rolex mechanical movements..... except that Rolex chronographs were using Zenith mechanical chronograph movements (the finest available) but Rolex may now have developed a Rolex mechanical chronograph movement.

Fake Swiss watches usually have stamped bezels, another givaway. The Swiss MACHINE their bezels.
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#4 Consumer Comment

Why don't you simply buy a REAL Rolex?

AUTHOR: Friendly Help - (U.S.A.)

Good grief, if having something that 'looks like a real Rolex' is that important, why don't you BUY a real Rolex?

Seems to me that if you are willing to spend $700-plus on a fake watch, you might as well 'go all the way' and buy the real deal. A website can show and claim ANYTHING. You need to study disinterested third-party sites.

There is- or was- a website that discusses Swiss Calibres (watch movements) and another site that discusses how to identify real Brietling watches from fakes. The lessons from the Brietling site apply also to Rolex. These lessons are manditory for anyone who might buy a Swiss watch on eBay.

The stepping ('ticking') second-hand movement indicates a quartz movement, while Rolex only uses Rolex mechanical movements..... except that Rolex chronographs were using Zenith mechanical chronograph movements (the finest available) but Rolex may now have developed a Rolex mechanical chronograph movement.

Fake Swiss watches usually have stamped bezels, another givaway. The Swiss MACHINE their bezels.
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