- Report: #1160574
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Complaint Review: Goldstash.com
Goldstash.com They stole my wedding rings!! Arizona
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I sent them my wedding rings which included a 5/8 carat diamond solitaire and a very substantial ring jacket with small diamonds and baguette sapphires. Both rings were 14kt gold.
I few days later I got a check from Christopher Bussing for $75.02! That's right! $75 for 5/8 carat and a bunch of gold.
Of course I immediately emailed them (on 30 June 20140) through the website and asked to cancel my transaction and told them I wanted my rings back. I got a response right away from the owner Chris Bussing saying he would be happy to look into it and asked what I thought I should've gotten for them. I replied back the same day thanks but I would rather have my rings.
I have sent 4 emails to Chris Bussing and another inquiry through the website and have not heard a word from him. He won't return my rings and I refuse to cash his $75.02 check.
According to the goldstash.com website I have 12 days to reject their offer and they would send my rings back. Also it says if you cash the check that means you accept the offer.
I am livid that the rings my jeweler said I could get $1000 for is being held hostage by this thief Chris Bussing.
All I want are my rings back.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/08/2014 06:07 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Goldstashcom/internet/Goldstashcom-They-stole-my-wedding-rings-Arizona-1160574. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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