Report: #1492105

Complaint Review: Royal Habanos.com -

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  • Royal Habanos.com United States

Royal Habanos.com Sold me fake Cuban cigars

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This company claims to sell genuine Cuban cigars, they will sell you only fakes, I am a connoisseur of Cuban cigars, the first picture that I am enclosing is from a real Ramón Allones cabinet box of 50 specially selected box:


The second picture below is from the fake box, note that they are called SPECIALLY SELECTED not SPECIAL SELECTION  


This people will harras you until the end, they have a return policy, but their return address is in the Canary  Island in Spain, mailing fees over $60 dollars that they won't refund to you, I was able to save my money because I paid with American express, stay away from this company 

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