Defame & Glory

You know what they say. When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. This week, I’m not just about to make lemonade though, because I’m about to give our dear Aries Gold fans something far juicier, and probably a tad more acidic. What’s the reason for this? Well, you may remember how I once covered a case last year of there being Aries Gold copycats out there (see recap here).

Imitation isn’t always flattering, especially not for this particular individual, who took to flaming us despite being the one who has infringed on our rights and intellectual property. Oh, the irony. It seems then that our dear Mohammad Jaberi has not learnt his lesson, following in the footsteps of his father in blatantly copying us (and making a terrible attempt at doing so, I might add), then lambasting us over Facebook.

 

Just take a look at his incendiary comments, which display not the slightest hint of remorse nor sense of right and wrong. Because apparently, our ads are the source of his nightmares, Plus, I’m not exactly sure when we took to TV advertising, but then again, it could be the work of another foreign copycat. After all, birds of a feather tend to flock together. To reinforce his point, he also took to typing in ALL CAPS, like he needed to get a point across to compensate for something that’s probably missing in his life.

If you’re concerned you’ve gotten a fake, check to see if your timepiece bears all these marks of an authentic Aries Gold watch. Remember to always get the real deal, so you enjoy the quality you deserve and guaranteed replacement for any defective movement. That’s how much we pride ourselves on our unique brand of craftsmanship – you get what you pay for. And that’s the lengths we’d go to, to preserve our designers’ and watchmasters’ reputation too. That includes possible litigation for defamation, punitive damages of over $100,000, and a public apology too.

To cap it all off, we’d like to invite our dear readers to weigh in with your input too. How would you tackle this watch pirate and menace? Most creative answer stands to win a $50 Aries Gold timepiece voucher, redeemable at any H2 Hub outlet, so get writing!

-The Watchman