(Closed) Diamond Experts and eBay Proficient Bees

posted 5 years ago in Rings
Post # 2
521 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: January 2016

Please update after you receive the product!

Post # 3
2757 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2007

I am 99.99999% sure that you will not receive a natural diamond with those stats for what you paid. Yes, eBay has good deals sometimes, but not that good! Sorry bee, I just do not believe anyone would sell a diamond with the specs listed for $100. 

Paypal is very good for refunding in situations like these, just open a dispute if the seller doesn’t proceed with a refund.

I think these settings look like some I’ve seen offered by sellers in India who sell moissanite, maybe you’re getting a moissy?

Post # 4
3095 posts
Sugar bee

I have got half carats for that price.  take it to a jeweler to check it out,  if not what it is you can get a refund, through PayPal or eBay,  that’s what’s so great about eBay.  I have not got a fake diamond off eBay yet,  bit I do go with those have great feedback

Post # 5
10573 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2013

Even clarity enhanced diamonds are not this cheap. I hate to say that you will probably be receiving a cz. There’s just no way someone would sell a diamond of that size for that cheap. At least you have PayPal to give you your $100 back. 

Post # 6
3242 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

I can’t imagine why someone would sell a diamond like that so cheap. But I WANT ONE

Post # 7
229 posts
Helper bee

There are a few eBay sellers who sell lab-created diamonds but call them natural. The “lab created” disclaimer is in fine print in the listing; all throughout, it will say things like, “This is NOT CZ. These are natural diamonds.”

You are protected as a buyer, so I think you are safe in that respect, but you are likely not getting a natural diamond. Good luck — please let us know how it turns out!

Post # 8
535 posts
Busy bee

If it turns out not to be a natural diamond at least you have an email/documentation from the seller telling you that it is. That is evidence enough to file a dispute for misrepresentation. 

Post # 9
4641 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

I have lots of ebay experience as a seller and buyer (for over 10 years, power seller, top rated, 1000 feedbacks). If you PM me (or post) the item# / listing, I could take a look and let you know what I think. It is easier seeing the listing as there are many places info can be hidden in a listing.

The good thing is that ebay buyer protection is CRAZY good. Almost so good it screws over the seller. It’s happened to me and I didn’t do anything wrong. Paypal and ebay will definitely get you your money back if the item is not as described, but the dispute process can be long and you do have to wait a while for it to go back and forth. 

I would be happy to answer any questions on disputes / case resolution through ebay and paypal.


Post # 10
195 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2016

Can you post a picture of the ring once you recieve it??

Post # 12
753 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

moviegoer23:  I’m replying 1) to follow this thread and 2) to say that I was sold a “pandora” charm but it turned out to be a fake, I opended a dispute and it all turned out fine, I just had to send the fake one back and I got a full refund.

Post # 13
2 posts

moviegoer23:  Are you able to PM me the name of the seller? I am looking at rings from Toronto on Ebay right now and I’m wondering if it’s the same person, 50% of me is like it’s only $50 and the other is like is it worth $50?

Post # 14
4238 posts
Honey bee


Could be the greatest $100 experience EVER, either way. 😉

Please keep us posted.


Post # 15
23 posts

Commenting just to follow…can’t wait for an update

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