Hello! Can anyone extend help? I bought a preowned canvas garden party (that's the only Hermes bag I can afford for now ) problem is the dirt on the canvas, any suggestions where to go for a bag spa? Thank you in advance:-)
If I were you, I would bring it to GB3, to inquire if anything/what can be done about it.
It does not matter where you bought it from, what matters is if it is an authentic Hermes.
My boyfriend before he got his Rolex last feb8.....Pero he got it at the boutique mismo in GB para no hassle in resgistering..
Wherever you bought a Rolex, take time to have it checked/serviced at the Rolex Service Center on the G/F of that Corinthian Bldg beside the AIM on Paseo de Roxas. If your Rolex gets stolen & you report it accordingly with the required paperwork --- that Rolex will not be serviced by any authorized Rolex Service Center in the entire world; & will even be reported as presented for service wherever. If it is done here, they will have enough time to alert the real owner while the watch is with them for servicing.
So, may time pa impound ng real owner the stolen Rolex.
There is no problem with registering ownership even if you do not buy it at GB.
When our father died, his Rolex watches were distributed to certain grandchildren.
These were all bought abroad, different places, years ago.
Kaming mga parents who received watches for our minor children -- we brought these to Paseo de Roxas to have these cleaned/serviced (kasi clean before keep in SDB for years) -- & took the opportunity to register the watches under the names of our children. A sister who went first brought a news clipping of our dad's obituary -- so kami after, easy to register kasi the middle or family name of our sons is our father's surname. All the watches were noted in their records as owned by our father. So there.
For those who buy from re-sellers, sabi don -- just bring your receipt -- kasi for sure the buyer's name is on the receipt.