Considering the regulars post each other's full names and contact info in reference check requests and replies all day long here, I see nothing inappropriate in this post. It appears any VRM seller should be prepared to be googled to within a hair's breadth of his next prostate exam, by common consent. So if this seller is embarrassed now, well, tough.
The currency exchange discrepancy aside, the watch was clearly, deliberately, photographed and described inaccurately. Kind of hard to settle that kind of thing prior to a sale, if the seller is not within face-to-face distance and the buyer has to rely on pictures, description, references, and trust.
Aren't people banned from selling here for far less egregious offenses than this one? I've seen it.
Can't see that the buyer has written anything negative about the VRM, anywhere.
No prior dealings with the buyer or the the seller. Just an impartial opinion from the cheap seats.