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Rolex2020
42 minutes ago, Glaude said:

All customs rules are hard to enforce, due to the inherent nature of a custom control : random for the most part.
Prelimantory screening are done on all the packages, then there are two options : something weird shows up on the X-ray and they look at the declaration form, if it adds up with the x-ray image, it continues on his way or random control of packages, they pick a big cart full of packages and inspect them.

What do you say to the dealer if you watch doesn’t make it thru?

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Glaude
9 minutes ago, Rolex2020 said:

What do you say to the dealer if you watch doesn’t make it thru?

Most of them will ask for a proof showing that your watch has been seized.
It will depend on the TD you work with, but usually it's the letter you are being sent stating that the counterfeit good have been seized.
But sometime, tracking info will show the seizing or they, as the sender, can have more tracking info.

No matter what, always ask your TD how they proceed in such case to see if you are comfortable with their procedure

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Rolex2020
24 minutes ago, Glaude said:

Most of them will ask for a proof showing that your watch has been seized.
It will depend on the TD you work with, but usually it's the letter you are being sent stating that the counterfeit good have been seized.
But sometime, tracking info will show the seizing or they, as the sender, can have more tracking info.

No matter what, always ask your TD how they proceed in such case to see if you are comfortable with their procedure

That brilliant that.  Is it likely that you would be intitleded to another one as they didn’t delivery the first one?

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Glaude
20 minutes ago, Rolex2020 said:

That brilliant that.  Is it likely that you would be intitleded to another one as they didn’t delivery the first one?

Again to see with your TD, but once they have proof of seizing (which is not their fault, let’s just remember that), they are more likely to offer you to resend the same watch than to offer a refund.

Check with your TD of choice for all those details

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mysterio
4 minutes ago, Glaude said:

Again to see with your TD, but once they have proof of seizing (which is not their fault, let’s just remember that), they are more likely to offer you to resend the same watch than to offer a refund.

Check with your TD of choice for all those details

It's in the TDs terms and conditions (sometimes it's in the email, sometimes it's on their website if they have one). The discretion lies with the TD whether to reship your watch (if it was a fluke that your shipment was seized) or refund your payment (if your country turns out to be too difficult to send watches to).   But again, as Glaude here recommended, best to have a heart-to-heart with your TD of choice (or the one you ordered the watch from if it so happened to be ordered from some other TD).   

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Rolex2020

Ahh right I get you know. It’s at their discretion to replace not an automatic entitlement.. previous one I’ve bought have been labelled watch parts 

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