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: You ordered a normal JB seamaster. Not an altered one. I call
: this swindle, fraud or whatever.
: Does anybody know if there is a number inside, on the
: movement? In that case, it should be possible to track down
: the dealer who sold this watch. They should sue that guy.
Might be a good idea to check your states laws on "Altered or removed Serial numbers. Some states have laws which prohibit possesing this merchandise and my well give a person a little more leverage in getting a refund. Your local consumer fraud division may be able to push the right buttons too.