posted 7 years ago in Rings
Post # 3
1406 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

what was wrong with the diamond he sent you ?

Post # 4
246 posts
Helper bee

Can you provide more context?

Post # 5
894 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

he says he takes returns. can you return it? what is wrong with it? It says it is enhanced in the listing. Its a big stone for the proce, even enhanced. CE diamonds can be a very good buy.

Post # 6
8418 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2012

If you paid with paypal you have 45 days to file a claim. Hopefully that is how you paid!

Post # 7
814 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

Yikes! Can you provide more details?? I hope you get it resolved.

Post # 8
114 posts
Blushing bee

Unless he sent you a diamond that wasn’t in the one in the listing I don’t see how you got ripped off. You got a 2 carat diamond for $3400! He claims there’s an IGL grading cert, and that it’s laser etched with a serial number, and that it was clarity enhanced. Anyways I’m sure he’d take a return if you’re unhappy, most ebay sellers are nice honest people.

Post # 9
609 posts
Busy bee

He actually did disclose its enhancements. It isn’t his fault you can’t read. 

Post # 10
330 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 1994

Pardon my ignorance, but how do u find a specific seller on eBay? Where should I look? Thanks.

Post # 11
4531 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

Whaaat? Look, anyone thinking they can get an unenhanced, over 2 carat diamond for under $3500 is a little nuts.


They DID disclose the enhancement, and showed it is Si3- meaning even after they have messed with it the stone was unlikely to be eye clean. It is easy to see the listing you bought, as it is the only one with negative feedback 🙂


I doubt you were ripped off, it is more that you were an unsavvy, ill informed consumer. 


I am sorry, however, that you learned the hard way- and hope that you can come to some resolution with the seller.


Post # 13
6354 posts
Bee Keeper

That sounds like… an interesting stone…not most people’s taste, that’s true… but OP didn’t specify what he/she actually got. Maybe they were truly ready for an enhanced, igl, si3… but got, I don’t know, a glass rhinestone? Piece of crumpled up paper? Just saying, it isn’t clear. OP, what was the problem?

Post # 14
854 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

The OP never came back to elaborate.  I think she/he just wanted to bad mouth the eBay seller and ruin his business.  I know there are a lot of skumbags on eBay but he didn’t do anything wrong.  I viewed his ad and it looked legit.  

Post # 15
955 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

I think I’d tread lightly if I were you, OP.  Not too long ago, someone was sued by an eBay seller for slander.


If you’re unsatisfied with the purchase, then work it out with the seller or file a SNAD with PayPal.  Don’t be smearing this seller all over the internet as this could come back to bite you.

Post # 16
81 posts
Worker bee

@gotscrewed:  the seller added a message under your negative feedback (FB) on May 22nd:


Seems like the seller is willing to work with you- all you have to do is contact him.


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