My name is Walter, and I was ripped off by blue nile because they sold me an undergraded diamond with a GIA certificate and then they refused to take it back. nI spent around $10,000 to build an engagment ring on their web site, and purchase a round brilliant VS1 clarity and G color diamond with a very good cut. I had the ring appraised by 7 independant jewelers and they all said that I was sold an undergraded diamond. They all said that this diamond was at best I1-SI2 clarity, H-I color and good cut. I was devastated when I discovered that I had been ripped off so badly. nSomething criminal is going on over there at Blue Nile because they sold me an undergraded diamond with a GIA certificate. nWhen I contacted their customer service and demanded to return it for a full refund, they said that since the return period expired they wouldn’t take the diamond back. nI said that since they misrepresented the quality of the diamond, they had to take it back. They refused to take it back and now I’m stuck with a $10,000 undergraded diamond and me and my fiance are absoutely furious. nWe’re gonna file complaints with every consumer protection agency in the U.S., and we have even spoken to an attorney and are considering filing a lawsuit to recover our money. nJust because they are a public company, doesn’t make them an honest one. Don’t give these con-artists a chance to rip you off with their high and mighty self praising nonsense. All over their web site, they say how great they are and how they have so many satisfied customers. They say that all of their diamonds are pre-selected for quality. That is pure nonsense. They are professional liars. nDo not buy from Blue Nile unless you want to get ripped off. nWalternprivate, TexasU.S.A.
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