Press Release (ePRNews.com) - KOLKATA, India - Nov 17, 2016 - The Prime Watches has made an important announcement of not accepting 500 and 1000 rupees old currency on the purchase. The Government has broken out the news that the old currency holding the same values were not considered legal after the midnight of 8th November 2016. After getting the news, the authorised watch boutique soon informed its patrons that they stopped accepting the currency as per the RBI rules.
Amid this economic chaos, The Prime Watches asked the buyers to cooperate with them. The Government has taken this decision for combating with the issue of black money. The citizen of India has been given 50 days, from 8th November to 30th December, to deposit the old currencies in the respective banks. In the meantime, they can exchange the rupees with the new currencies up to 4000 rupees at any banks and post offices.
The Prime Watches also abides by the law and they stopped accepting the old currencies on the purchase. They told watch lovers not to be worried because the online payment mode is open for the buyers who want to buy luxury watches. Added to this, they even plan discounts on every purchase for those who are ready to make online payments or want to purchase on EMI. The luxury watch experts of the boutique always keep in touch with the customers and assist them in buying their desired timepieces in a legal and authentic way.
Renowned as the largest chain of luxury watch boutiques in India, The Prime Watches always gives priority to the authenticity. This has also brought them closer to the hearts of watch-lovers. For more than 25 years, it has been offering an eloquent collection of timepieces from luxury and fashion brands. The authorised watch retailer title is given to the business houses that collect timepieces from the brands directly. Having collections from the brands like Omega, Longines, Rado, Tissot, TAG Heuer, it caters to the demand of the fashion world.
Being the leading and the most trusted watch retailer of India, The Prime Watches carried out its responsibility to support the Government on this decision. The CEO of the watch boutique expressed his thought on this economical emergency: “We are completely aware of the sudden crisis faced by the Indian citizen due to the demonetization of 500 and 1000 rupees currency. We would like to request them to cooperate with the Government since the decision is taken for the betterment of the country.”
About The Prime Watches:
The Prime Watches has been the leading authorised watch retailer of India for more than 25 years. it has a wide range of collections to offer from the brands like Omega, Longines, Tissot, Rado, TAG Heuer and more.
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