- Jul 31, 2014
It's less about getting "scammed" and more about you paying too much for a badly cut stone. GIA XXX doesn't mean it's well cut or rhay it's a good stone.I am actually starting to think like this as well.
Just a simple question: what if I see a diamond I really adore in a real store WITH it's GIA certificate in place and all "excellent"...
Would this be a good deal for me or is it still easily possible to get scammed?