I always wondered how it is that things with supposedly genuine diamonds in them can be sold so far below the actual value of said diamonds, unless the value of diamond tanked while I wasn’t looking, or these are actually CZ and Kohl’s (or whoever actually commissioned them) are dirty rotten liars. Perhaps someone here can help explain.
@PooltoyWolf I3 clarity: From a diamond retailer’s site: “Diamonds that fall in the I1-I3 clarity chart tier have visible inclusions without a microscope. I1 clarity have the least amount of eye-visible inclusions, whereas I2 diamonds have very visible inclusions. I3 diamonds are the lowest clarity grade possible prior to industrial drill bit use.” Most decent jewelry is SI1 or better, also called “eye clean.” This apparently does not use eye clean quality diamonds.
@gal3n181@skrubol Yep, same here, smh… I’ve sent meh 3 emails on this and no replies on ANY on them. Just asking why they would advertise this as being for Mother’s Day when they couldn’t/wouldn’t fulfill this?! Very disappointed
Meh F-d up, again! I bought this for my wife for Mothers’ Day. It didn’t arrive by Saturday (which was fine) so I showed her what I got her and said that it would be arriving later. I reached out to Meh to find out when it would arrive, so Meh decided to give me my money back! Now My wife doesn’t have the gift I bought her!!! F- you too, Meh!!!
Please fix your mistakes, Meh! I’m not okay with you canceling a sale without my permission! This was supposed to be a gift for my wife for Mothers’ Day! Thanks to your “professionalism”, the item I bought is no longer on its way.