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: they cheat on their contracts. The manufacturers have trouble finding out
: which of their dealers are cheating on them. So they treat the consumers
I don't get it, for Omega, for example, it should be very easy to find out which dealer is cheating. They just buy a watch from an internet dealer (nobody is allowed to sell Omega through the internet, says the Omega homepage), look at the serial number and check in their administration where this watch went when it left the factory. Or am I thinking too simple here?