Nine years ago, my husband surprised me at Christmas with what we both believed was a diamond engagement ring. He ordred it from Walmart.com and it came with a certificate of authenticity from Keepsake Diamonds. Recently the stone fell out. I took it to a jeweler to be repaired and who informed me t was not a diamond at all. I called Walmart’s customer service line and was told that because the purchase was so long ago, there was nothing they could do. It’s only guaranteed for 90 days.n I just had to spend the rest of my life with a fake diamond engagement ring. I’ve looked at the Keepsake Diamond guarantee, which is in very tiny print and is only for a year. Most people do not run out to get their jewelry appraised within 90 days of purchase or even within a year, especially people who can only afford to apy $300 to $500 for a ring. We just trust the retailer. Diamonds are not like blenders. Theyre tems people cherish for a lifetime. Selling fake diamonds to people who believe they are the real thing is just plain wrong.
702 SW 8th Street, Bentonville, Arkansas USA