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These days, precious metals, coins, and jewelry are all viewed as a smart investment – a hedge against inflation. In addition to holding value, fine jewelry has – and always will hold – aesthetic value that can be enjoyed by the owner for years.
Many consumers are eschewing the high markup prices found in brick-and-mortar retail jewelry stores and turning to the internet for their jewelry shopping. In an online environment, you can find exactly what you’re looking for at the very best price available. Most jewelry stores even offer generous no- or minimal-cost return policies so that you can send back the pieces that don’t suit you.
Unfortunately, there are dozens of online jewelry websites that are bringing down the good name of those fine, reputable retailers. If you’ve had a bad experience with a jewelry website, then you owe it to yourself and your fellow online jewelry shoppers to file a complaint with ComplaintsList.com.
Why File a Jewelry Websites Complaint w/ ComplaintsList.com
Here at Complaints List, we really are on your side. Filing a complaint about a jewelry website is free, fast, and easy. Plus, when you file a jewelry website complaint with us, you can be confident that you’ll get results. As one of the fastest growing consumer resource websites, our traffic figures are growing exponentially. More and more consumers are turning to our free services for justice.
Here’s how you file a complaint about a jewelry website:
1. Click the green ‘File a Jewelry Website Consumer Complaint’ tab.
2. Select ‘File a Consumer Complaint About a Website’.
3. Provide your first and last name, an email address, and your name as you would like for it to appear online.
4. Next, all you have to do is tell your story, and publish the complaint!
Filing a complaint about a jewelry website is totally free; plus, there’s no sign-up required, whether you want to file just one complaint or 100.
Types of Jewelry Website Complaints
We’ve heard a number of complaints about jewelry websites in the past. Here are a few of the most popular types of complaints…
Fake Jewelry: There’s an element of trust in an online transaction. You, the buyer, believe that the seller is actually selling real sterling silver or real gold (at least 10 karats). There are a number of simple tests you can perform once you have the metal in hand. (We’ve written about these at-home tests in the past.) However, that doesn’t change the fact that you’re taking a risk the first time you make a purchase.
Bad Customer Service: Did you make a purchase from a jewelry website only to find that dealing with the company after the transaction was a total nightmare? Many jewelry websites do a high volume of sales with a very small staff, which doesn’t excuse them from following the standards of customer service that’s expected of them. However, you might find communication with the seller particularly challenging. If so, you might want to warn others by filing a complaint about the jewelry website.
You can file a jewelry website complaint with ComplaintsList.com for any reason. If you’ve had a bad experience, we want to know about it (as do your fellow online jewelry buyers from around the world). So, what are you waiting for? File a complaint today. The world needs your voice!
Total Reported Consumer Losses: $40.00
Total Reported Consumer Losses: $11.03
Total Reported Consumer Losses: $149.00
The Bradford Exchange
Total Reported Consumer Losses: $130.00
Chubby Chico Charms
Total Reported Consumer Losses: $18.99
Total Reported Consumer Losses: $56.00
Jewelry Is Here
Total Reported Consumer Losses: $1,000.00
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