Diamond Doctors robbed Us blind!

Those David Blank Diamond Doctor people are certainly planning something underhanded; just look at all the scandals they’re involved in! David Blank, the owner of Diamond Doctor tries to bribe a lawyer just so they can cover up all the negative reviews about them saying that the lawyers must make sure the negative reports fall on deaf ears. No matter what the party of David Blank and the party of the lawyers suing them, since negative reviews can be found online about how customers got manipulated by over-graded diamonds, it is probably best for your assurance that you don’t purchase these precious jewelry from them.

Here is our first-hand account of what seemed to us as the best purchase of our lives turned into a nightmare of fraud. My wife and I went to the store of David Blank Diamond Doctor texas branch since we needed wedding bands for our only daughter’s most precious day in her life. Our colleagues at university suggested we buy at a jewelry shop where there are a lot of positive reviews posted on the internet. Apparently, people that think that the business of fine jewelry is all sunshine and rainbows with all the positive reviews on their site. But when I think about it now after this whole conundrum, it was either that fraudster David Blank Diamond Doctor himself hired a bunch of people to write good reviews, or those that actually wrote genuine reviews have been tremendously fooled.

Okay, going back to the day we were swindled. Imagine our surprise and dismay upon learning sometime later that the diamond in the wedding bands they sold us was not actually worth the price we bought it for! We had no clue how that GIA diamond evaluating system thing works in its entirety and I figured they took advantage of that in our case, since a couple in their 60s clearly had no idea about diamond evaluation. Too awful. We weren’t aware of this until sometime recently stumbling upon news about how that thief David Blank Diamond Doctor bribes lawyer just to hide all the negative reviews against his company. Read more on DDF

It was downright foolish of us to trust blindly coz we were entertained ever so nicely by the sales people there in their Dallas branch. They even went ahead and called my daughter and her fiancé to congratulate them and offered personalized engravings on both rings. Of course we were happy, until the day we saw the news that the Diamond Doctor owner now tries to hide the diamond fraud scandal on the television. The wedding was going to happen in two days when my wife and I rushed to a diamond appraiser to have it checked.  We were told then that we basically have a precious stone that is of low quality but we paid a hefty price for it! We calmly went back to David Blank Diamond Doctor branch at Dallas since we did need those wedding bands and imagine our anger when they said they’re willing to refund only some of the money or we can get a cash back to buy something else in the store. We were left without a choice. The wedding was in two more days so we just went with it.  We’ve seen the Diamond Doctor lawsuit being done today so we’re going to be looking into that next to help in shutting down those crooks so no one else will get fooled.

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