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BlueFakes.com / rip off scam artist

1 New York, NY, United States Review updated:
Contact information:
Phone: 1-917-587-3344

Blue Fakes.com has ripped me off. their website represents itself to sell high quality swiss made rolex replica watches. I ordered a ladies mmasterpiece 6 and talked with customer service for 15minutes verifying the right make and model. They requested to be paid COD by a US postal money order because they had been having trouble collecting on credit cards. I paid for my fed ex delivery the next day to find a cheaper version watch that was nothing like the one i ordered. they claimed a mix up in delivery and were apologetic and assured me repplacement watch to be overnighted fed ex next day. it never showed. now when i call they hang up on me if they even answer at all. I called Fed Ex to see if they could stop delivery of the money order but it was too late. there is no way to access the "gauranteed money back gaurantee they offer as well. These people are going down, they have scammed the wrong person and have no idea who they have stolen from this time. I will make sure that all law enforcment agencies and fraud agencies are notified and they are dealt with. they can expect a class action lawsuit from all the folks that have been scammed by them. They are already under investigation by Fed Ex's Fraud unit...The more people who report the scam the better chances we have of making them pay

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Mj
  2nd of Nov, 2008
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Laura,
Sorry you got scammed by Bluefakes. They are one of a group of replica sites that have set up fake review sites to trick their potential customers into thinking they provide great service. I almost got scammed by them for $800 but luckily researched enough before actually placing an order. I mainly found out they are selling $100-300 asian fakes for around $800.

For any others that read this. Never place an order by COD. The seller may tell you that you can inspect the product before paying for it but that is not true. In order for you to open the package you must hand your payment to the postal employee. And once they have your cash/money order, you will never get a refund.

If you do decide to order from a site, always insist on using a credit card.

Fakereviews.com is their fake site that offers testimonials and reviews on how great they are. The funny thing, two sites they give excellent ratings to, sizzlefakes.com and bestswiss.com, both had their domains registered on the exact same day as fakereviews.com, on Feb 17, 2004. And Bluefakes.com was registered a month later. Coincidence? I think not. They also use their review site to put down their competition by calling others scammers, so more people visit their sites.

Stay away!!! Even the best swiss movement fake should cost no more than about $300.

Ro
  3rd of Dec, 2008
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Yes I have been scammed as well by Bluefakes. Except I paid them and got nothing at all.
She goes by the name of Elise Brown.
They also have a fake review which is as fake as there site.
What ever you do do not spend a dim. I just wonder why these guys have not been caught yet?
Cheers Ronny.
P.S does any body know of a genuine site?

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