(Closed) Diamond Experts and eBay Proficient Bees

posted 4 years ago in Rings
Post # 16
398 posts
Helper bee

Take a screen shot of the eBay listing, so you have all of the advertised specs in one place, in case you have to file a complaint. 

Post # 17
897 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

Was there a link?If the setting is 14k, it is worth the 100 bucks.

Post # 20
60 posts
Worker bee

I’m sorry this happened to you and for everyone else, PLEASE PLEASE don’t ever think you can buy a sizeable diamond with good specs for some kind of laughable price. The diamond is worth over 20k, thinking someone is giving it to you basically for free is foolish. Can’t wrap my head around why people would even entertain this idea.

Post # 22
104 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: October 2015

when you get it take it to a reputable jeweler to test it. If its not as listed ask to return it. If they won’t accept a return, file a claim with PayPal. Just make sure you send it back WITH DELIVERY CONFIRMATION. you won’t be out anything if its fake. It just might be a hassle. 

Post # 24
2470 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 1995

Interesting. I had a similar situation with a plush toy (beanie boo) I bought for my daughter at x mas. Only a $10 item but still rude of someone to essentially steal from ebay. My item never showed and I was also promptly refunded. If this occurs regularly how does ebay absorb the costs??

  • This reply was modified 4 years, 5 months ago by  majorairhead.
Post # 25
23 posts

moviegoer23:  Glad to hear that Ebay did what they did. They do offer Ebay protection which is fantastic. 

majorairhead:  Ebay has many feels that they charge when you post, so they might not be loosing as much money as we think

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