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Fake Omega, Rolex, Panerai, Breitling, Cartier-Replica Watches

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rolex replica watches

Last week, I read this article at http://www.fratellowatches.com. It says that:

A lot of illegal copies of software, clothing, DVDs, games and watches are being offered on those sites. The most famous market site in The Netherlands for example, is www.marktplaats.nl, and if you do a search for Omega, Rolex, Panerai, Breitling, Cartier or any other famous brand, you will be amazed by the amount of watches being offered. A lot of them are one-time offers by private sellers, but there is also a big amount that is being offered by wholesale ‘companies’. I doubt if they have any form of administration :-).

Can you make, in this example, Marktplaats.nl responsible? I think not. Like eBay (Marktplaats.nl is part of the eBay company), there is a link at every item-page that can be clicked if an item is not allowed. You can’t expect such sites to check every item that is being offered. Making it possible to warn them about such fraud, is the best and maybe only thing they can do about it.

As for possible buyers… the golden rule is that if an offer seems to good to be true, it probably is.. Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean models for 119 Euro? Sure. Besides that, it will be more difficult to attract people who have original/authentic items to offer. You don’t want your expensive watch for sale with all those fakes, right? It doesn’t make sense, because the target audience is probably looking for fakes only. At least most of them are. Take your business to professional watch market sites like www.chrono24.com¬†or have it sold in consignation.

The online market sites are booming business. eBay paid Euro 225 million to get Marktplaats.nl. And they probably will be for the next years to come, because you can get decent items from such sites. Just be carefull with luxury brands…

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Rolex Submariner Replica Watches –High End Fake

The Rolex Submariner Replica Watches that that thing is trying to look like is the 116610 and they don’t come with the green hologram on the case back. The bracelet engraving is all wrong looks very cheep and not right, should look almost black, not just scratched into the clasp. And yes the lume pip on bezel is way off center in the triangle!

someone that owns an authentic Rolex wont wear his/her fake rolex simply because owning a fake one would be very foolish considering they are wealthy. few things.. this watch is “ok” for a fake. Few things wrong. The color of the bracelet is off. It should be two different finishes, the date is not magnified correctly. the pearl at 12:00 is not centered correctly. the biggest problem though is the fact that it is not keeping time. if you time it from the beginning until the end, there is a 2-3 second difference. thats major if you wear it for countless hours.

I can pick out at least 15 things way wrong with this man sorry. Bracelet is wrong color and the codes are wrong .2 the Fake ROLEX printing on the rehaut (the inside next to the dial) is way to heavy. If it were the highest end fake ,It should have a serial number unique to the case and   ,movement (if real it would be a 3135 for date/  116610 models or a 3130 for no date 14060 Japanese replica 175-225 dollar max. the movement is running at 21600 vph instead of 28800 vph which the frst guy also pointed out Glass is to high  . also 90 percent of jewelers know nothing about watches as they generally work with things like JEWELRY!. That is why they should have a watchmaker or atr the least a technician friend they can email pics to and /or have them open it up to check condition as well as fakeness. I am a watchmaker and do this for my jeweler friends for nothing. and when a diamond dial needs a light fix they do not charge me. I build rolex watches all the time you can get a GENUINE FOR 800=1200 EASY.

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The Most Common Fake Watches & Other Stories From The FakeWatchBuster

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fake watches

There is an article about fake watches http://www.ablogtowatch.com/common-fake-watches-stories-fakewatchbuster/

Usting fake watches is his game and FakeWatchBuster is his name. Below, we interview the FakeWatchBuster himself, learning about the most common replica watches he sees, how to spot a fake watch for yourself, and what drives him to dishonor those people who wear and share fake timepieces. In writing “The Truth About Replica Watches,” you probably already know how I feel about fakes.

A sensation among pop culture followers and watch lovers alike, the mission of the anonymously named FakeWatchBuster is to call out people–mostly celebrities–who post pictures of themselves wearing fake and replica watches online, mostly on social media sites such as Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. The FakeWatchBuster does it with humor and he does it with wit, but he is also merciless in his delivery of justice. He calls himself the “horological Batman” and he is the hero in the night calling out the criminals of copying who would have you believe they are wearing authentic watches.

If anything, the FakeWatchBuster is a hero because he defends us against fake people. Does wearing a fake watch make you a bad person? Probably not as much as wearing a fake watch in order to convince your followers that you are richer or more successful than you actually are. A major target of the FakeWatchBuster’s attention are people and artists in the hip-hop community who attempt to brazenly share obnoxiously lavish (and arguably poor taste) lifestyles. Whether or not these individuals can afford these luxury items and lifestyles is not the issue. But, presenting these lifestyle examples to people via social media creates unrealistic expectations and cognitive dissonance in the people who want to be like them. Of course, people have been lying about their success for eons, that is only human nature and social media has only exacerbated people’s propensity to do so.

Truth seekers such as the FakeWatchBuster looking to help set the record straight have been around just as long. A few decades ago, these were people involved in investigative journalism. Today, people like the FakeWatchBuster, exploit their particular interests and expertise to cleverly and virally balance deception, by exposing the truth in a manner as fun for the public to digest as the lies the public wants to believe. It is perhaps particularly appropriate in this day and age for fake displays of wealth to be identified by status-laden timepieces.

Whether you are like me, and seek to delve deeper into the sociological significance of calling out poorly appointed pop culture symbols on their replica timepieces, or you just think it is fun to see people squirm when someone makes them answer for the fake watches they are wearing, the FakeWatchBuster is a worthy stop on your daily media consumption journey – especially for watch aficionados like us. aBlogtoWatch spoke with the FakeWatchBuster interviewing him about the most common fake watches and other advice from the defender of all that is horologically authentic.