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I don't think that would be a bad thing only AD's being able to access this service, this all comes down to sensible buying and insiting on a watch having a service history or papers prior to sale. You wouldn't buy a car without knowing its history or having some documents why £1000's on a watch. Most of the ebay stuff i ASSUME is hooky by default its not called Thief-Bay for nothing, people need to wake up and go back to the Rolex dealer network that Rolex have spent many years setting up instead of constantly trying to chance there look on crooked auction sites.

Where I live over in Manchester there are quite a few proper jewlelers now doing good business in used Rolex and many say themsleves they are buying some watches off ebay and then servicing them and authenticating them and taking all the risk, seems reasonable.
 
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