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  1. Hard to find, quality is 90% bad. Like Canada goose stuff, never found any decent one who does not scream fake. There used to be some serious guys over iOffer but now they're gone. Tiffany & Co stuff exits in A quality, but not A+, and never heard about VC&A A+ stuff If you have a link, Im a taker
  2. Yup, and you better not try to fit those SELs 93250 on non hole cases hah
  3. I'm no Panny expert But an eBay one maybe more In any case, ask for many pictures etc, keep tracks of all mails exchanges with this guy, and eventually if he manages to get a certificate etc from the local dealer (which he won't have), Ppal could only ask him to ship it back to you. That is the only way for him to force Ppal to accept to reverse the transaction in matter of NADI claim. In this eventuality, please videorecord the reopening of the package when you receive it, in front of postal employee, to prevent you from any fraud attempt (empty package, brick shipped, fake watch instead) Cheers
  4. Crazy crazy crazy work Did the same some years ago and it is truly a pain in the ass to pull together .. crazy money investment and lot of time and patience needed for a pure beauty indeed Congrats
  5. I don't remember if I already said it but be careful even with PayPal Gift as there have been some reports of claims started on a "gift payment" mainly from US PayPal accounts .. as always but the seller first ..
  6. Interested into that topic too
  7. In Iceland.. ? More probably a VPN ? lots seem to be hosted there.. Low regulation country
  8. If it's confirmed (I mean, if the dispute system is the same than though "goods") It's a hell of a bad news for sellers Recently got scammed twice by PayPal policy, and I have been around since 2000, have seen everything .. but still happens - one buyer sent me back an empty iPhone box with stones in it, matching the UPS weight verification system for à an iPone - One seller sold me a broken electronic device, admitted it via eBay messaging system, but still, PayPal asked me to deal with my police station to make them testify that the device was broken. They obviously refused to proceed. Got screwed. I never had a lot of faith into PayPal but I don't know where we going if anyone can dispute a gift payment ..
  9. I noticed a very important change into my PayPal account. It seems that I have the possibility to dispute/claim a payment sent as "Gift" I don't know how the procedure would take place as I never had to use it. But it's a serious and concerning evolution of PayPal terms .. Do you guys have this option now ?
  10. Sad.. Never got ONE issue with DHL express from US to Europe. I declare 80 USD for everything, always have a 30 E tax to pay but never got caught, ever, even if though Cincinnati. Sure way to import expensive things, laptop etc. But be ready to pay some taxes automatically..
  11. I just listed a 25 295 C at 120 USD
  12. My franken 116710 build ended up costing me a lot, and I lost 1000€ reselling it here.. It's a great thing to let the market decide Chasing the parts is a great part of the build but it's a huge effort and time consuming. And it's always disappointing when you see a guy who does not even know the difference between a 16610 and a 116610 debating the fact that he bought a Rolex crystal over eBay 20$ less then the part quoted in the build.. Watch smith itself is hard, delicate and cost !
  13. Fishy story The guy was drunk Tourneau does not sell fakes obviously And one salesman cannot buy a watch like that in a bar on behalf of the company .. does not work like that ..
  14. The margin is quite low then
  15. Thanks Extremely informative topic