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Report: #1057534

Complaint Review: - Moorpark California

  • Submitted: Sat, June 08, 2013
  • Updated: Sat, June 08, 2013
  • Reported By: 12345 — Columbus Ohio
    207 West Los Angeles Ave #348
    Moorpark, California
    USA Do Not Buy From This Company Moorpark California

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 On December 6th 2011, I purchased a Tag Heuer Carrera watch (Ref CV2A10BA0706) from the online retailer I purchsed the watch in good faith assuming I was getting a new and properly functioning watch. After about a month, I noticed that the watch was not keeping time properly and called to inform them of the watch not working properly or keeping time correctly. They emailed me directions on sending the watch back and an RMA number (Return Authorization Number). After spening money on shipping and return shipping fees, I received the watch back after approx. 4 weeks only to discover that the watch continued to not keep time properly. After reading numerous complaints against this company and my watch not keeping time properly and also not receiving a manufacturers warranty, I called them to inform them that I was sending the watch back and requested a refund. [continued below]....

..... They refused to refund my money so I then initiated a a charge dispute with the credit card company and sent the watch back to them. Then on May 20th 2013, I received notice of a certified letter from Authentic watches claiming I owed them $1073.50 for depreciation 30% ($898.50) charge dispute of ($25.00) plus the fee for refinishing the timepiece ($150.00).  They stated that they had my original signature on file agreeing to our policies. $2995 is a lot of money to spend for a watch that does not keep time properly. I contacted the Better Business Bureau of Santa Barabar California and also made a consumer complaint with the Office of the Attorney General (State of California). I'm also working with an attorney. Any advice would be not to do business with this company. They are completely unethical and have numerous complaints against them. I'm surprised they are still in business. Many individuals have posted complaints about no serial numbers on their timepieces, expensive repairs, no warranty to cover needed repairs, restocking fees etc. I know their prices are enticing but it's best to spend more money and go through an authorized delear or reputable jeweler. This has been a complete headache.

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AUTHOR:, Inc - ()

Did you try taking them to court? Or were you not able to find their legal company name registered? This happened to me, where they promsised a refund and then refused, I tried suing them, but could not finfd any company called, Inc  so, i created a company called, Inc so people could find a place to sue and then we redirec them to the real entity which is called Tranik..

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