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General Discussion - Modern Watches / Re: What is on your wrist (new)?
« Last post by XuinTan on May 21, 2022, 04:44:37 PM »

Hi members, you can enjoy RM0.50 coffee bean by using HLB card payment, today only
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General Discussion - Modern Watches / Re: What is on your wrist (new)?
« Last post by sshark on May 21, 2022, 03:22:55 PM »
Railmaster 39 mm >>

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Haven't seen this for a while :)
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Other Discussion (OT Discussion) / Re: Modus Operandi - watch transaction scammed
« Last post by G.MAC on May 21, 2022, 01:29:35 PM »

mistake #1

Going from RSC to private condominium. Should have settled the deal on the spot or walk without any refund. There's a risk of getting robbed at the condo where a bunch of people might knock him out or even while driving along the way as an accomplice could just pretend to hit his car to make him come out.

mistake #2

Feeling pity for a buyer and letting him have the watch even though money is not in your account yet. Trust your instincts. Obviously everyone already should know IBG is one means to con people where the transfer is not immediate.


Seller was probably too eager to sell as it was above market price and he thought buyer was an idiot so was prepared to take a few risks. The thief should not be silly enough to sell it locally and would ship the watch out of the country and sell elsewhere.

I agree that the seller was desperate to get the deal concluded that the fellow made rash decisions.
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General Discussion - Modern Watches / Re: What is on your wrist (new)?
« Last post by bimmerman on May 21, 2022, 11:21:08 AM »
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Bump, price reduced to RM8,300
Thanks
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watch sold! Tq MWF!
Mods kindly lock thread
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General Discussion - Modern Watches / Re: What is on your wrist (new)?
« Last post by Henry T on May 21, 2022, 09:54:28 AM »
Railmaster 39 mm >>

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Members' Pre-Owned Watches / Re: FS: Seiko SRPH41K (Ltd 1400 pcs)
« Last post by Enkidu on May 21, 2022, 04:06:37 AM »
The watch is still available.

Price is RM 2,200.

PM me if you are keen. Many thanks!!


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mistake #1

Going from RSC to private condominium. Should have settled the deal on the spot or walk without any refund. There's a risk of getting robbed at the condo where a bunch of people might knock him out or even while driving along the way as an accomplice could just pretend to hit his car to make him come out.

mistake #2

Feeling pity for a buyer and letting him have the watch even though money is not in your account yet. Trust your instincts. Obviously everyone already should know IBG is one means to con people where the transfer is not immediate.


Seller was probably too eager to sell as it was above market price and he thought buyer was an idiot so was prepared to take a few risks. The thief should not be silly enough to sell it locally and would ship the watch out of the country and sell elsewhere.

Agreed 100%. Many mistakes indeed. For a fact he technically handed over the watch to the guy willingly, police may well drop the case as there was no violence/coercion involved.

Poor guy. Lesson learnt - Never settle for less - make sure the money is IN your account - check using your own device. They may even bring kids for that matter just to make it look legit but business is business - make sure the money is in.
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Other Discussion (OT Discussion) / Re: Modus Operandi - watch transaction scammed
« Last post by dpkong on May 20, 2022, 05:43:11 PM »

mistake #1

Going from RSC to private condominium. Should have settled the deal on the spot or walk without any refund. There's a risk of getting robbed at the condo where a bunch of people might knock him out or even while driving along the way as an accomplice could just pretend to hit his car to make him come out.

mistake #2

Feeling pity for a buyer and letting him have the watch even though money is not in your account yet. Trust your instincts. Obviously everyone already should know IBG is one means to con people where the transfer is not immediate.


Seller was probably too eager to sell as it was above market price and he thought buyer was an idiot so was prepared to take a few risks. The thief should not be silly enough to sell it locally and would ship the watch out of the country and sell elsewhere.

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