Bluefakes.com is dishonest. They advertise top grade Swiss watch replicas and charge a premium price, but instead, they send you a cheap Asian replica.
Their web site advertises that you will get a watch that no one will be able to tell it's a fake unless they open the back; but instead, they send you a watch that is extremely easy to tell it's a fake.
They advertise that if you're not satisfied, they will refund your money, but instead, they make it impossible to get your money back. If you try to return the bad fake, they give you a fake address in New York City to mail it to so your package can't be delivered. They rarely answer your calls but if they do, they promise to send you a new watch, then tell you they're transferring you to their shipping department and then they put you on hold and never come back. They never answer e-mails.
This we know from actual experience. Other users of Bluefakes.com have reported similar experiences and have posted their accounts to various web sites or forums.
If there is such a thing as an undetectable Swiss watch replica, Bluefakes.com either doesn't have it, or won't send it. We suspect there is no such thing as an undetectable Swiss watch replica, and that any web site that makes such a claim is running a scam to get you to pay hundreds more for a cheap fake that is not worth even a hundred dollars.
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You have been warned. If, after this warning, you choose to believe their web site, their fake testimonials, and their fake "replica watch web site review" sites, you only have yourself to blame when you get cheated out of your money for a cheap Asian replica or worse.
We have seen reports that Bluefakes.com is operated by the same people who operate other web sites claiming to sell top grade, undetectable Swiss watch replicas. We don't know that for certain, although it is a distinct possiblity. We would caution anyone from paying hundreds of dollars for a Swiss watch replica from any web site. If you value your money, never, ever buy from one of these sites unless they take credit cards. Never buy using COD (cash on delivery).
I tried to purchase a replica Rolex Daytona, stainless steel, black diamond dial face. After completing the order online and providing credit card information to complete the order, I received an email stating that I needed to call to confirm the order. On this email was a customer number, order number, all the pertinant details of the transaction. I called and spoke to a man named Brian. His last name appears to be Jacobs. His is supposedly the shipping manager. He said that they could no longer accept credit cards, as of about a month ago. So I would have to either send Western Union or an International Money order (as I'm from Canada). I told him I would send Western Union, and he sent me an email with all the details that I would need to get the money to him. It was to be directed to the attention of a Karen Miller, as the owner. Anyhow, payment was sent and received, and a tracking number was provided to me for USPS. The item arrived about a day and a half after it was sent, and when I opened it, it was the wrong model. I did receive a daytona, but it was a two tone, the chronograph was not working, the bezel didn't turn at all, the inner ring didn't have the rolexrolex on it as advertised, the second had does not sweep, in fact, the back came unscrewed very easily, and it's clearly marked china on the inside. this was in no way, shape or form, and swiss 31 jewel replica watch as advertised. I immediately called and spoke to Brian. He asked me if I wanted to swap it, or keep it. I told him I wanted to swap it, and he said he was sorry and that he would talk to his shipper guy. It didn't click in, but Brian is the "shipper guy". Brian told me he would get back to me, and I asked him how to get this watch back to him, and he said not to worry, we would figure it out when he got me the correct watch. It's now been 5 days, 4 calls, 3 emails and my calls won't go through, nor are my emails being answered.
I'm not sure what recorse I may have, but if someone can give me direction as to what I may or may not be able to do to either recoup my money, or get back at these guys, I'd love to know. I can be emailed at [protected]@hotmail.com
I ORDER A TWO TONE BLUE FACE SUBMARINER GRADE 1 SOLID 18K GOLD AND PAID 765.00 COD.
WHEN I RECEIVED THE WATCH HAD A FRIEND CHECK IT OUT TO SEE IF THE GOLD WAS REAL! IT TURN OUT TO BE GOLD WRAP NOT SOLID, AND FOUND OUT IT WAS NOT A SWISS MOVEMENT.
THEN I CALLED BLUE FACE TO GET A REFUND OR A REPLACEMENT AND THEY TOLD ME TO CALL THIS WEDNESDAY. I CALLED AND THEY LAUGH AND HANG UP THE PHONE.
IF FOR SOME REASON KNOW ONE CONTACTS ME TO CORRECT THIS ISSUE I WILL HAVE NO CHOICE BUT TO
FILE A FRAUD ALERT WITH THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU. THEN FILE A LAW SUITE IT IS NOT NICE TO MISLEAD PEOPLE WHO WORK SO HARD TO MAKE ENDS MEAT. YOU GUY'S ARE A SCAM...
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
I ordered a watch through Blue Fakes. They made me give them a money order for COD after they called me and...