My dad gave me a watch. It was all scratched up. So in 2005, I asked a watch store about replacing the glass in front. Well they told me $300. Now I thought this a very expensive watch so I said OK. This was back before my chick drained all my money too. Then I later discover the watch was worth under $100. On top of that, the battery they replaced stopped working under a year.
Now I bet they knew that watch wasn't worth that much and if they were honest they would have said hey why would you put $300 in a $100 watch. But at the same time those f-ers were trying to sell me $1,000+ watches. I guess the lesson is, do some research and shop around next time. Don't be an impulsive buyer.
Hahaha no man that was just a scam. If they were honest they would have charged you the normal price for the watch face.
I shattered the face of my $200 watch and had it replaced by some dude in a drive-thru watch repair hut for $15.
You know. People here already said what needed to be said. I would like to add though that those people do NOT deserve to be in business. Ream them on Yahoo reviews. Post about them on your website. SCREW them like they are screwing people. I mean if you hate being screwed over, you are doing other people a favor, and even if it is just one person you save $300 bucks it is worth the small amount of time it takes you to post the information and locale of the business.