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: I Asnwer that. I paid the watch and not Thief the seller Kiryll.
: Now is my watch. and I can sell or gift . its my problem or you
: purchased this watch ??? you paid 9000 USD explain me is you
: money ????
I'll make this simple. Yes, I called your very first advert a scam. Because it looked like one.
I then, politely, told you why it looked like a scam.
You then said you'd paid $6.6k for the watch, when Kiryll had confirmed you'd paid $9k (and you'd previously stated this). This didn't add up.
Nobody is saying you didn't pay $9k for this watch from Kiryll and nobody is saying you've 'thiefed' him. So I don't understand why you keep saying you haven't.
Yes, it's your watch, yes yo can give it away or sell it for what you like. Again, nobody has said you can't do this, but you keep saying you can.
Anyway, you keep saying the watch is sold, so why keep banging on about it.
In my experience, this is not the behaviour of a legitimate seller. And he're the point, I'm not saying you're a scammer, but you cannot differentiate between the two.