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Hey Friends

 

I want t purchase a diamond ring and I found one site i.e. https://www.eternitybyyoni.com/    to purchase Diamond Ring. 

 

Can anybody help me? Please tell me about the website? its it worth to purchase from here?

 

This site has awesome collection. Should I purchase my ring from here?

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I may be overly cynical, but I suspect it's going to be a one-post member...

Yes Dear, I am new to this forum. While searching for my diamond ring I found this and put message for help. Can you help me choosing one best online platform for diamond rings? 

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I like their listed rings. If you have more options than please let me know. I'll check out that also.

There are more options than I can count... which is part of the problem. The other part is that without knowing what you actually like about (for example) the site you initially posted about, it's very difficult to even begin to narrow the field. 

 

Yes Dear, I am new to this forum. While searching for my diamond ring I found this and put message for help. Can you help me choosing one best online platform for diamond rings?

There is no "one best platform". People look for different things when shopping, and this is why both Van Cleef & Arpels and B2C (and everything else in between) survive and prosper. Design is only one aspect of that: people shop also on price and financing, quality of manufacturing, level of service and assistance, brand reputation and positioning, sourcing of materials, location and convenience, availability and timing, personal chemistry with the human (or machine) on the other side and probably half a dozen other things that don't come to mind at the moment. Again, without knowing what you are looking for, it's not possible to advise.
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Welcome back Katherine.

 

The suspicion about your post comes from a couple of things.  A fantastically vague question from a one time poster containing a link to an unusual vendor coupled with a clip art avatar.  That's 3 strikes in the same sentence.  We get a lot of trolls and shills here so I apologize for the suspicion if your a genuine consumer.

 

I've never heard of that store.  That's not of itself very important.  There are tens of thousands of fine stores that I've never heard of.  Nothing about them looks to be a problem at first glance and the fact that you seem to like them for some reason is a giant leap forward.  Whether or not they're the best for you needs to include both what you like about them and what it is that makes you nervous and caused you to ask the question in the first place (assuming you're not just trying to sprinkle that link around the internet hoping to improve the search engine performance for it, something that doesn't work very well by the way)


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I like their listed rings. If you have more options than please let me know. I'll check out that also.

There are more options than I can count... which is part of the problem. The other part is that without knowing what you actually like about (for example) the site you initially posted about, it's very difficult to even begin to narrow the field. 

 

Yes Dear, I am new to this forum. While searching for my diamond ring I found this and put message for help. Can you help me choosing one best online platform for diamond rings?

There is no "one best platform". People look for different things when shopping, and this is why both Van Cleef & Arpels and B2C (and everything else in between) survive and prosper. Design is only one aspect of that: people shop also on price and financing, quality of manufacturing, level of service and assistance, brand reputation and positioning, sourcing of materials, location and convenience, availability and timing, personal chemistry with the human (or machine) on the other side and probably half a dozen other things that don't come to mind at the moment. Again, without knowing what you are looking for, it's not possible to advise.

 

 

Thanks a lot dear but I am still confused.

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Welcome back Katherine.

 

The suspicion about your post comes from a couple of things.  A fantastically vague question from a one time poster containing a link to an unusual vendor coupled with a clip art avatar.  That's 3 strikes in the same sentence.  We get a lot of trolls and shills here so I apologize for the suspicion if your a genuine consumer.

 

I've never heard of that store.  That's not of itself very important.  There are tens of thousands of fine stores that I've never heard of.  Nothing about them looks to be a problem at first glance and the fact that you seem to like them for some reason is a giant leap forward.  Whether or not they're the best for you needs to include both what you like about them and what it is that makes you nervous and caused you to ask the question in the first place (assuming you're not just trying to sprinkle that link around the internet hoping to improve the search engine performance for it, something that doesn't work very well by the way)

 

Hey

 

I didn't put up any link of the site. I just mentioned that and I totally agree with you that there are lots of site. My friend  suggested me this site. Thats why I came through this site. 

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Thanks a lot dear but I am still confused.

So are we - or at least I am. Why did you pick up that particular online store (or why did your friend), what are you looking for and what would make you prefer one vendor rather than another? "Looking for a diamond ring" is so vague that it's not much use for anyone to help.

 

Incidentally, simply posting something starting with "https://" is a link.


Davide - Specialised Consumer Information and Assistance,
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Hello m Ainsley, i just wan't to suggest you to if your interested in jewelry then first visit:

This should read: "Hello I'm a spammer; my post will be deleted and my posting privileges revoked very soon".

 

Sorry for the interruption, folks. Normal service will resume quickly. ;)

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15 minutes ago, Mary said:

Hi Katherine are you looking for new one?

From two and a half years ago, I doubt it. She certainly isn't following this thread anymore, so won't be aware that there are new posts in it (and she hasn't visited the forum since before Christmas 2015). If you want to contact her, you may try a PM, since at least in theory that will trigger an email that she may read.


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Diamonds by Lauren (http://www.diamondsbylauren.com)
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