But yes, I did notice how people are eager to accuse the jeweler
of criminal activity. Based on what is my question?
Tell me were I can buy a platinum ring with stone for $140,- ?? Even
when he didn’t know where this ring comes from, one can tell with a
loop that this ring was not used. Prongs being brandnew, no
scratches, no damage on the stone(s). The most stupid person (and I
appologize for this expression) whould have this ring valued bevor
selling it. But anyway, as far as I’m concerned being a jeweller, I
know what to do when somebody makes me this offer. I’ll give the
person a good advice and take a run with this item! Even this is not
according the law. Concidering the probably financial and familiar
condition of the lady (and I’m just taking a quess), this whould be a
I express myself based on the introduced article. This jeweller was
not honnest offering that amount of money for an item of a much
higher value WITHOUT thinking of buying a hot item,without making
notes of the purchase and not even reporting this to a local police
officer. Not knowing is no excuse!
This is te reason why I make this statement and to me the jeweller is
not better (even worse) then the person who stole it, just thinking
of making a good deal for himself. I’m sorry if others are thinking
different but if people don’t show respect, well they don’t receive
respect. You’re only worth it where you stand for and I do not stand
for any possible kind of crime.
Yes, as far as I’m concerned, the jeweller is a bad person going
with the article received from a fellow ganoksin member. Although,
it’s not up to me to act as a judge. The system will judge him and if
not, customers will.