Is My Rolex a Fake?

Counterfeit Rolex watches siezed by the US CBP

Fake Rolex Watches

It’s Friday afternoon and you have dropped by the local hangout with some friends from work. On the way there, you were approached by someone who claimed to have genuine Rolex watches for a huge discount. Already you are suspicious, but you decide to indulge the poor soul who you think is just trying to make a living. As he unfolds the sapphire colored velveteen material, giving the illusion of royalty being the previous owner, you see these impressive looking watches. The problem now is trying to figure out if the  merchandise before you is actually real or fake.

This little scenario is one that has been touted over the years many times. Whether it is seen in the movies or real life, it is an experience some have had. But, let’s put this into perspective and consider that the opportunity for you make a legitimate purchase from a dealer presents itself. For anyone who has desired the feel and look of a Rolex on their wrist, the compulsion to make that purchase can be intoxicating. To the buyer, beware. There are some considerations that become essential before going down that engrossing road of a Rolex purchase. To protect the initial investment of such an endeavor, a certain amount of knowledge is valuable, indeed, incredibly valuable.

If the luxury of locating an expert on Rolex watches is available, take full advantage of getting his or her advice on any watch you are considering. In fact, it is safe to say that most “legitimate” Rolex dealers will have at least one person on staff who can divulge all of the details of the watch, and how they are significant in being able to identify an authentic Rolex. By far, this is the best advice, suggestion, reminder, etc. anyone can provide.

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