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Michael Friedberg Wrote:Bidle --Thanks for joining our forum today.I am 100% sure and have since learned the story behind the watch and its fabrication,including who supplied the dial.
Michael Friedberg Wrote:I know a person who knows the seller and details. There is no speculation.
Michael Friedberg Wrote:I did not contact the seller because my job is not to be policeman. Legally, if he did not misrepresent the watch --and that depends on what he said or didn't say--there is no fraud. Just an unwitting buyer who supposed he bought something else. I really posted it here so forum members won't make that mistake.
Best regards,Jim"We are the other people, we are the other people...you're the other people too!" Frank Zappa
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dzul Wrote: What part of "I really posted it here so forum members won't make that mistake." is misunderstood?
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thomasa8 Wrote:Perhaps the sellers reputation can be enhanced and confirmed by the removal of the eBay item - which is still online and / or update the listing with the full information that has come to light. That is one pathway forward that would be honorable.