I read an ad in the 2017 issue of the Redbook, which is a coin book. The ad showed a wristwatch for sale that one could purchase at 50% off the retail price of $495 if you went to the sellers website and used the book’s coupon code. I ordered the watch with the code and paid using my paypal account. I received the watch and examned it. I didn’t care for the finish on the case and questioned the quality. I went on the computer to get contact information for the company. (An ebay site came up showing the watch being sold by the same seller for $125.) I called the phone number listed but no one ever answered any of the four lines. I left a voice message on one of the lines but never get a call back. I emailed the seller and was sent a computer generated reply that someone would contact me, but no one ever did. I contacted paypal about the issue and they said they would start a claim, but I was denied numerous times. I finally got paypal to give me the contact at the seller that they got a response from. I emailed that person. He said that Ebay themselves purchases thousands of these watches, which is false since Ebay neither buys or sells anything themselves. The Louis Eliasberg Watch Group site gives information for returns, but when you look for the place on the site to go to initiate a return, that info can’t be found. The company listed on my paypal account, U and L Watch Group, I could not find on the internet except for a page put up by bizapedia.com which gives no conact info and very little info about them.What a ripoff!
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