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Old 06-11-2005, 03:13 AM
Mary L. Mary L. is offline
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for $8,500 with the intention of having them set into earrings. However when we brought the stones to a certified gemologist in the states to have them set, we found they were not the diamonds described on the documents furnished with the diamonds. Diamonds International refused to take the diamonds back, further more they have refused all mail from us and finally refuse to discuss the matter with us. On the back of your receipt is there terms and conditions, which they never tell you. But you may consider all of your purchases which are fraudulently documented from Diamonds International to be your problem not theirs. We have $8,500 of worthless stones. Everyone please be warned.