- Report: #1023417
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Complaint Review: The Jewelry Room
The Jewelry Room1188 Bishop Street, Unit 1107, Century Square Internet United States of America
The Jewelry Room Deceptive and Poor Quality , Internet
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Although the picture says clearly, "This is a stock photo. Picture appear on this page maybe slightly different. For accuracy of this product, please follow description & title above. Thank you!" it should say, "Item you are receiving will be a cheap copy of the above picture."
The emeralds in this ring are so light that they are not considered emerald by jeweler standards, but rather green beryl. The main "emerald" is cracked. One of the side emeralds fell out 2 days after I received it. Yep. The also exaggerated about the diamonds. You can barely see them and they are chips that look more like silver when far away.
At first I was disappointed but felt consoled by the fact that I only paid $138, and that "you get what you pay for." However, when it started dropping gemstones, I realized I should not have paid anything for it. I am pondering placing a hold or asking a refund on my card.
Don't believe this co's rebuttals. It really is too good to be true. I just decided to spend $2,000 and get a quality emerald antique ring made by a luxury jewelry brand name.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 03/04/2013 03:47 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/The-Jewelry-Room/internet/The-Jewelry-Room-Deceptive-and-Poor-Quality-Internet-1023417. 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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