We've recently received a contact form entry about replicahause.com. A little research shows that this website, which sells replica watches, has a few complaints posted on the web posted by former customers. In particular, they seem to have a few complaints about sending broken or unordered merchandise then refusing to issue a refund.
The complaints about poor quality and replicas that don't really resemble the original item aren't all that surprising, given that the company sells replicas and admits they do so. And obviously, the one complaint about not receiving a Rolex certificate with a non-Rolex watch would definitely not be a valid complaint.
Customers are typically able to dispute the charges with their credit card company and successfully receive a refund when they receive non-functional or incorrect merchandise and the vendor refuses to correct the situation. If you feel you have been scammed by this company, reasonable attempts to resolve the situation have failed and you paid the merchant directly with a credit card, this should be the action taken. Contact your credit card company and find out how to file a dispute. If you paid by Western Union or Moneygram, that's the same as cash and there is no retrieving the money or filing a dispute.
However, what proves to be the most distressing about the contact form entry we received are the alleged threats by the company to "sell the customer's credit card information". Considering I was able to turn up another allegation of the same as far back as 2006, I would personally suggest avoiding doing business with this website. Should you receive a similar threat about selling credit card information or commission of identity theft, report t his to your credit card company, and if possible, local police, so appropriate action can be taken. Additional care in reviewing and monitoring your credit report would also be advised.