I purchased this 40mm Victorinox Alliance ETA 2824-2 based automatic from Touch of Modern for $200 in September. I received it late October (and have posted wrist check shots of the watch).
As it turns out, ToM bait and switched me on the warranty. Their ad said it includes a 2-year manufacturers warranty. The watch came with an unstamped 3-year international warranty card. Today I received an email from them saying it includes a 2-year aftermarket warranty. I have screenshots of the ad showing the original warranty offer.
What would you do? Would you return it because of the the bait-and-switch and because it does not have the manufacturer's warranty, or would you keep it? It's been running fine out of the box, but something could happen in the 2 years. Also, the after market warranty appears to only cover the movement. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RPyULVTAjB_q7ypHJXFmfCqoxokhYGtE/view
Their ad said final sale, no returns so this could wind up as a PayPal dispute, which I fortunately used to make payment. I am deciding what to do and have sent an email to ToM asking them what they're going to do about it.
Lastly, I recommend that you take ToM's deceptive selling practice into consideration before purchasing anything from ToM.