peng kwee 2ndhandwatch.comvaried price from different staff

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/// stay away from this second hand / used watch seller in Singapore ///

I've been their show room / shop in peninsula plaza at north bridge road, and i am interested in one of PP wach there, I had asked a lady who gave price s$ 18300, then after several weeks, when i decide to buy and i go the shop again.

a guy who talked to me said the watch is priced at 18k plus, and since i had already asked the lady before I suppose to buy from her, then I asked for her, the lady gave me 18300 weeks ago. then supprisingly she said the watch need 19300.

i asked her why, she just stepped out, and now even the guy shut his mouth, and there are 10 staff around there, they all keep silence.

apparently i shud not asked the lady, since she apparenly not like the guy did the business then she give a high price.

ths thing is when i want to buy the watch, then they seem not want to sell ! what kind of service and what kind of animal are those singaporean ?

attention please, do not buy watch from Peng Kwee, its a not properly organized shop and may be illegal thing going there. so better to avoid this shop in singapore.

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