Ok. I purchased a SuperbCert Diamond from Barry, and received it in a prompt fashion. SuperbCert states that each one of their diamonds have a laser inscription of the SuperbCert Logo and the Certificate number on the girdle. Within the package, I received a laminated card that said, " Girdle laser inscribed with trademark and certificate number". HOWEVER, upon receiving my diamond, I checked to see if the laser inscription was there. Unfortunately, it wasn''t. I went to a local jeweler and asked to see if they were able to point out the inscription. The lady told me that you are supposed to be able to see it with a 10x loupe. She then asked for a co-worker''s help to see if he was able to view it incase she missed it. Unfortunately, he didn''t either. They both measured the diamond''s weight, proportions, etc. AND they even put the diamond under the microscope to see if they were able to make out an inscription on the girdle there, but still no. My point here is that if a company says that their diamonds are laser inscribed, they SHOULD BE LASER INSCRIBED! Otherwise, I believe that it''s FALSE ADVERTISEMENT. Don''t get me wrong, it''s a beautiful diamond. It''s just that once it''s written down that someone''s going to do something, it should be done.