Here are some of the bes replica watch dealer online. We will show you a list of trusted dealers as well as some additional information on this dealers like delivery information, warranty and more.
- Our Trusted Dealers list
- Trusted Dealers detailed information
- Why should I trust this dealers
- Trusted dealers from forums
- But I found some bad reviews
- Are there real scams in the replica market
- Scam websites
Our Trusted Dealers list
Here you can find an updated list of trusted replica watch dealers so you can feel safe buying replica items online.
On this watch market is very important to buy from trusted replica sites because there are some sites that are just scams and you can end up loosing your hard earned money.
Trusted dealers have to change their website every now and then, so it is a good idea to keep this article in your browser’s favorites to keep and eye on website changes. Or you can even use this links every time you want to access a replica website.
We will add new dealers every now and then so you can have the most updated information possible.
|Trusted Dealer||Current Website||Old Websites|
If you want to add a dealer or change any information on this table, let us know using the comment section.
|Dealer||Current Website||Old Websites|
|Replica Hause||thereplicahaus.com.au||replicahause.nl (redir, gone)|
Trusted dealers detailed information
Here is a list of dealers and some detailed information about their services. This will give you an idea of some important aspects like payment methods or shipping.
We will try to keep this table as updated as possible but sometimes it is not easy as some dealers don’t provide much information and sometimes is also difficult to take all the information from the dealers and put all that information in an easy to use table.
If you want to add or change any information on this table, let us know using the comment section.
Why should I trust this dealers
In most TD lists online, you will not find any information about the dealers or why they made it to the TD list. Instead, we provide updated information on each dealer and we have specific criteria to meet in order to be in our TD list.
To be a trusted dealer here, the dealer needs to be in business for more than 3 years and have a way to prove this. This way it is almost 100% impossible to get on this list if you are a scam dealer.
Apart from this, we will make a full analysis online to make sure the website and the dealer is legitimate. We will analyze reviews and other relevant information found online. If we consider it necessary, we will purchase a product to test the service before including the website.
Obviously buyers can also leave a comment with good or bad experiences with any dealer and we will take that into account as well.
Trusted dealers from forums
I am not going to say that you can not trust other lists. I have checked some of the TD lists online and they are fine. The only issue I see on those lists are that some of them have been created in exchange for money.
This means that if one dealer pays money, it will be on the list and if another dealer does not pay the money, he will not be on the list. The problem with this is that there might be a trusted dealer out there that is not on the list just because he does not feel like paying.
That also creates a problem for people trying to buy watches because it makes the buyers feel unsafe and paranoid when in reality there is nothing to worry about.
Another issue with forums is that they do not provide any information at all. This lack of information and transparency also makes it much more difficult to know which dealers are trusted and which are scam.
If you go to a forum and ask if a website you found is trusted, no matter what website you ask about, the only reply you get is that the website is a scam no matter what.
On the other hand, if a user had a bad experience with a TD and shares his experience in the forum, the only reply he will get is to stop messing around and to contact the dealer. So it seems that forums follow this rules:
- Every website outside their TD list is a scam even if there is no proof of it.
- You should never complain about their trusted dealers.
- They will provide no information on trusted dealers or scammers so you just have to trust them blindly.
To me, that seems like the wrong attitude in regards to which website you can trust and which website you can not trust. This only makes the buyers experience more painful than it should be.
I saw buyers if forums having a really bad time because they were told that they bought a watch from a scam dealer. They didn’t know what to do and they were really stressed out with the situation thinking they will loose the money. After several messages and several days went by, this buyers post a reply in the thread saying that they got the watch from that dealer the forum was saying it was a scam.
So in conclusion, do not trust anybody blindly, ask questions on why one dealer is trusted and why the another is not.
Apart from scams, you can also have some issues when buying a replica. To minimize surprises with your purchase, you can read our Guide to buy a replica watch and check the information we provide on delivery times, warranties and more.
But I found some bad reviews
Sadly, bad reviews are not really a perfect indication of trust in a dealer. I will go in more details on this issue because we tend to use reviews more and more to make our purchase decisions online.
Lets think of amazon. This is a huge marketplace where everybody is buying products. If you check the reviews of a seller. You know with 100% accuracy that you will find some reviews with 1 star, some with 2, some with 3 and so on. What this means is that every business gets good and bad reviews.
Just because there is a 1 star review, does not mean that nobody else will buy from this seller. One person might have a bad experience and another person buying from the same seller can have a great experience.
This is exactly the same with replicas. You need to know how the market works and what to expect to minimize surprises. You need to know about delivery times, warranty and other aspects of buying a replica which are not the same as buying other type of products. I recommend you to read our full guide to buy a replica watch.
I saw some reviews saying a dealer was a scam just because he had to wait a few more days. Others think they got scammed because the package got stopped in customs. Other say a dealer is a scam because they change their website address. Instead, a person with experience buying replicas will know that this issues are normal and they will get solved by the dealer.
All this issues are part of buying a replica watch. That is why it is important, specially for first time buyers to get to know how the replica market works before the first purchase.
Are there real scams in the replica market
Most of the replica dealers are legitimate business people and are not looking to scam anybody. By scam, I mean stealing your identify, stealing your credit card information, stealing your money and similar situations.
But sadly, the answer to this question is yes, there are actually some websites that have been created to scam people. This websites are usually created to look like a normal dealer stealing his logo to make you think you are on a trusted dealer website.
The only purpose of this websites is to scam people. They will take your money or your identify or your credit card and they will never deliver anything to you. This is the real scam you need to watch out for.
If you are frequently browsing replica watches, you will probably know which website is trusted and which is not. It is actually not that difficult.
If you are new to the replica market, just keep an eye on this article for updated links on the trusted dealers where you can buy a watch.
Here are some examples of websites that are scammers. This websites are copies of big replica dealers. Please be carefull and do not buy from them:
|Dealer Name||Scam Website|
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