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: Easily spotted fake on eBay Australia again going for a fortune.
: Bidding ends in under 3 hours. I wonder if the bidders have any
: clue as to what they are bidding is a very obvious fake. Dial,
: sub-dial, pushers, crown and back watch case, provided serial
: number are all incorrect. Current bid is at a shade over
: $1000AUSD. I've given up reporting items like this to eBay as
: they simply do not care as they make a cut from the final sale
: Message to the winning bidder: do your homework next time before
: bidding on something at that price! .
I wonder to feel sorry for the buyer, or to think that it serves them right. Crikey! It is hard to believe that anyone would hand over $1000 for blurred photos, with 'Zoom' turned off for anything that gets near showing any detail. Plus the guy got his feedback for mostly $30 items. Buy the Seller, and then see what they are trying to sell, that is my motto and I have a couple of great, if not good, buys off the Bay.