If you want to find out how inept, grossly negligent and fraudulent this company is, please read on. You cant make this stuff up because no one could believe that this could be true, but it is! Their watch repair department is a complete joke. They either cant read English or they are so arrogant that they disregard the information from the customer that explains the problem. Their customer service department is devoid of service and they will not help you even if this happens to you: I purchased a brand new Raymond Weil quartz watch in early February. When I went to change the time and date on it, the stem seemed uncharacteristically loose and made it difficult to change both the time and date. Not knowing if this was typical of this watch, I accepted it for the time being. Then a month or so later the date window stopped advancing overnight so it became obvious that there were multiple defects with this new watch. I called Jomashop to alert them that I was sending it in for repairs and included a detailed explanation of the problems. It cost me $22.75 to mail it back. Eight weeks later I received it back and once out of the box, I went to adjust the time to my time zone and upon pushing the stem back in, the watch stopped working all together! I couldnt get it to restart even after several attempts of pulling out the stem and pressing it back in. I called and told Jomashop that their repair failed so badly that now my watch wouldnt run, so they told me to send it back a second time which I did, again giving detailed instructions of what makes the watch stop running. Seven weeks later I receive it back, take it out of the box, reset the time and the watch stops again! I figured they never even looked at it, but I was wrong. It was obvious that they opened the back of the case because it was full of scratches and deep gouges along with scratches on the bracelet and the bezel. It looked like someone either used a claw hammer and channel-lock pliers to remove the back, or they just threw if down a gravel road and ran over it a couple times with their car. Either way, I still have a broken watch on the inside and a damaged watch on the outside. Obviously I was livid and called and demanded my money back. They apologized and said they would put a new movement in it so it should solve the problem. I said if that is the case than you better make sure you repair the outside of the watch to like new condition before I would accept it back. I sent it back for the third time and waited another 6 weeks. I get it back again and I notice that the watch was in the same damaged condition it was when I received it the last time. I then went to reset the time and the watch stopped again, FOR THE THIRD TIME! Do you think they actually gave me a new movement that just happened to have the same defect as my original one? Here is where the fraud part begins. So now more than 6 months have passed since I sent it in the first time and I still have a broken and damaged watch and I still have no idea if the first defects were ever repaired since it wont run! I sent in back a fourth time, but this time I included the box, the manuals, extra bracelet links and demanded a cash refund. Given their repair department is incapable of repairing watches and given they lied about the movement being replaced and given they damaged the watch while pretending to repair it, youd think theyd make the cash refund out of embarrassment alone, but not Jomashop. Their unmatched customer service department said Nope. We dont do that! Jomashop is not an authorized dealer for any of their premium watch lines they sell. They offer their own warranty which means if your watch has a problem, you are screwed and they will make no effort to resolve the problem other than more lies and excuses. Please do yourself a favor and go to a reputable company that actually stands behind their products and cares about their customers. Jomashop only cares about Jomashop. This is now in the hands of my attorney. Thanks for listening and I hope I have saved you from being another victim. User's recommendation: Run away from Jomashop as fast as you can!