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Jeff, maybe for a guy who wants his watch fixed, not for the guy who wants to sell it. There is no miracle here, just a money grubbing grab by Ebay. It should remain let the buyer beware. I don't think I would buy a Rolex or other high end watch off of Ebay anyway.
-----------"We buy 100's of watches each year on ebay and other on line auctions and we sell about 6 million per year on eBay and other online auctions."
Nice youtube, but even from 6am to 11pm 17 hours a day how do you sell 6million watches in a year? That comes to 1000 watches per hour assuming you do this 365 days per year
All in all a good program. And they picked the right people so far. honorable knowledgeable people. But the confiscation thing is still worrisome. The wording needs work. If someone is knowingly traficin in fakes, modern bona fide fakes. then H&ll yes. But vintage sellers need to be wary of this wording about confiscation.
It must have been some kind of glitch. I'm looking again this morning, and the listings I saw last night with values less than $2000 no longer have the "authenticity guarantee" logo.I'm looking at ebay tonight and I see many watches for far less than $2000 with the "authenticity guarantee" symbol. Some with a "buy it now" prices as low as $20. Did they give up on the $2000 threshold?