Report: #1221165

Complaint Review: PropertyRoom - Nationwide

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  • Reported By: Judy — Ogden Utah USA
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PropertyRoom CHEAP, MADE IN CHINA JEWELRY SOLD AS POLICE AUCTION INVENTORY MISLEADING Chicago, Illinois,Frederick, Maryland, Dallas, Texas Lexington, Kentucky LA Nationwide

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Propertyroom advertises that they auction off police inventory (which I guess they have some but never saw any).  I bought 30,000.00 of mostly jewelery and paintings during approx a 6 month period.  There was a lot of jewlery and it would have taken a long time to wear it all.  The many items I did wear were all defective but it takes longer than 10 days to figure this out (which is part their return policy).  The clasps on bracelets would come undone and fall off.  (lost 2 (two)thousand dollar bracelets).  They list the retail price of each item but there is no way that kind of cheap jewelry would have sold for the retail price the had listed..  It was a lie.  A lot of the jewelery is made in China...and it's way cheap.  The stones fell out of the rings, some were even glued in.  This is the biggest ripoff I have ever seen.  The 1500.00 dollar retail watches quit working (I paid approx 300.00). I sent several back that I noticed right away, but since you can't wear that much jewely in 10 days,  there is no way I would even know I had a problem until it was too late.  When I called them and told them that  most of the jewelry was defective they wouldn't even listen and they said I had to initiate the return within 10 days or they couldn't do anything.  It would be impossible to know this jewelry was defective until it was worn....but after wearing some of it, I realized that all of jewelry is the same and they all are made cheap and they are all defective. I'm not even sure the stones are real as advertised. I did see some complaints on the internet about someone taking one ring to the jewler and they told her it was not a real gem.  I still have tons of jewlery that is not even out of the packaging.  I am afraid to wear it because it will fall off my wrist or the stones will fall out.  

If this wasn't bad enough, they would not ship items together and they charged large aamounts for shipping.  The shippping alone cost me about 3,000.00.  They refused to ship anything together.  They charged as high as 250.00 to ship one item.  The shipping on two different paintings I bought were more than the paintings.  This is another part of their rip of sceme.  I have seen a lot of complaints about these guys on the internet.  I think a classaction lawsuit needs to be brought against them.  There is no way 10 days is enough to know if something is good or bad especially jewlery.  I tried several times to talk to them but they would not listen.  I told them I would never buy anything from them again and that I would even be embarrassed to give this jewelry to someone as a gift.  Here is a link to the return policy:  propertyroom.com/policies/return-policy

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