There are many replica watches on the market these days but you have to be careful with some suppliers. The most important thing to remember is to make sure any watch that is pictured does not show the number 10:10. The 10:10 is the picture of the "real" watch and not the replica.
The next step is to check out the person or retailer you are buying the replica watch from. See if you know of anyone that has purchased from them. If you don't know anyone that has bought from them ask them for references. If a person or retailer wants your business they will give you the information that you are asking for, with the privacy laws today people have to be very careful not to give out too much of someone's information.
The next step is to make sure you use a credit card to pay for your purchase. Using cash is not a way that can be traced if something does happen that you want your money back. Unfortunately there are crooks out there and you want to be as cautious as possible. A payment like a money order can be traced but it is much harder to track someone down that way. If you are ordering online you could ask if they offer Cash on Delivery or COD, that way you have the product and then you can pay for the item after you receive it.
The next step is to see what the return policy is. Is there a money back guarantee? If there is a money back guarantee you need to ask:
- How long do you have to return it?
- If this is bought online, who pays the return shipping?
- How long will it take for me to get my money back?
- When I get my money back how will it come, a credit on your credit card or a check?
The last and second most important thing to remember is to research to see how much the "real" watch price is and compare prices with the "real" watch and the replica watch. You need to watch how much you pay for the replica watch and if it getting close to the "real" watch price then why not buy the "real" one?
All in all you a good reason to buy a replica watch is to save money so do your research and you will be fine.