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The store once appearing at this domain name was selling replica Chanel watches. After Chanel took legal action against the site, a judge ordered the store closed and its operator to pay Chanel over $500,000.00 in damages. Further, to prevent the domain name from being used for the same illegal purpose again, the judge ordered the domain transferred to Chanel’s control.

Displayed across the top of the page for replica Chanel watches was the message “Replica Chanel Watches is fashionable in style, attractive and durable.” Despite this reassuring message, the truth that customers would discover if they went through with ordering a Chanel replica watch is that replicas are not fashionable, attractive or durable.

While sellers of replica Chanel watches will use descriptors like “AAA quality,” “A+++ quality” or “mirror image replicas” the products they are selling can easily be distinguished from genuine Chanel goods by the materials used and by the way they are constructed. While Chanel watches are crafted with care from the highest quality materials, replicas are produced as cheaply as possibly with no concern for how long they will last after you have paid for them.

The Store


Over 90 styles of replica Chanel watches were offered for sale on tick2buy.com. One such item for sale was listed as a “Chanel J12 GMT Men’s Watch H2012.” This piece was described as having a black ceramic case and bracelet with a black dial and a scratch resistant sapphire crystal. Additionally the date was displayed between the 4 and 5 o’clock positions. The sale price for the watch was $224.00 and a box could be added to the order for an additional $25.00.

Another item offered was a “Chanel J12 38mm H1337” watch, which was on sale for $256.00, also with the option of a watch box for an additional $25.00. The details of the watch were listed as:
Brand: Chanel
Series: J12 38mm
Model: H1337
Movement: Automatic
Case: White Ceramic with Sapphires
Bracelet: White Ceramic with Sapphires
Size: 38mm
Dial: White Arabic

Selection


Payments for purchases via the store could be made through Visa, MasterCard, PayPal, bank wire transfer or western union, and a discount was offered on orders of three or more items. All orders were sent via EMS and were purportedly shipped within 3 business days after payment was confirmed to be received. The goods supposedly reached the customer within 5-8 business days after payment.

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