I meet a woman selling “kay’s” jewelry , posted it on offer up in New Orleans.I’ve sold jewelry for 10 years and know what to look for.
On the post, she stated she purchased these items for her gf, but she cheated and now wants to sell all of the stuff she purchased, I looked at the items. I contacted her, l looked at the items, I could tell that it wasn’t diamonds at all. She had all of the boxes and a warrantee brochure. The warranty was useless because it had no info on it just the pamphlet, she’s scamming people with fake jewelry and real boxes.
She’s working with a Kay’s employee to fraud people.
She’s already sold over 1,000 dollars on offer up.Morale of the story, in your experience if you can’t verify the item as authentic, do not buy....
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