A seller who's intentionally trying to rip you off with a replica will likely use pics of a real watch anyway. A seller that isn't trying to rip you off will take the watch back after the buyer takes it in for authentication and it turns out to be fake (or eBay/PayPal will refund the cost anyway). Either way, the real risk is as much in the seller as it is in the watch. If the seller is credible, then you're fine. If you have concerns about the seller, then stay away even if the pics are of a real watch.
A forum community dedicated to watch owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about watch collections, displays, watch winders, accessories, classifieds, and more! We welcome all manufacturers including Casio G-Shock, OMEGA, Rolex, Breitling, Rolex and Tudor, Seiko, Grand Seiko and others.