No offense was taken and there have been alot of assumptions and what ifs but for now I am going to go withCatticus wrote: ↑Tue Jan 14, 2020 6:32 pmNo offense is intended by this post to our wonderful Danielle, or any Mods or members.
IF a company has no qualms about selling simulated stones to a buyer under the guise of the stones being authentic, what good is a certificate of authenticity from the same company?
If they would lie about a stone, they'll have no problem with sending a "certificate" stating it's authentic, since they ALREADY lied, by stating it was authentic on air and online.
I don't understand the reason for wanting a certificate from any untrustworthy seller? The certificate won't change a stone from a simulated one to an authentic one.
Am I misunderstanding something?
'Innocent Till Proven Guilty ' when it comes to the gemstones. And IF it turns out the gemstones are "fake" or "simulated " then I will take what action I feel is necessary . But I'm still trying to hear all sides and gather all facts