I'd be interested to know if anyone else out there has been scammed by Watch Repairs USA as I have. A year ago I sent them my fifty year old Tissot T12 for "a complete rebuilding and overhaul." They charged me over $1100 for this "service" and have broken about a dozen promises to return the chronograph to me.
In my opinion they are simply a front for stealing your antique timepiece while they charge you for fictional repairs. I've saved all the emails, and I certainly can prove my case. In truth the Tissot is probably only worth about $2,000, but it was a gift from my parents on a graduation trip to Curacao, and it is one of my most prized possessions. American Express was kind enough to refund the fake repair charges, but I want my watch back. Counsel in the Rockville Centre area of NY interested in pursuing a recovery on my behalf should contact me.
Beware of this unethical vendor (www.watchrepairsusa.com)!