Man, that is sad! It is a very convincing fake... glad they are refunding you.And I love this necklace, too... Except that it's fake. Tiffany & Co. at Boca Town Center refused to service it this morning, and then my local jeweler confirmed that it is rhodium-played with a simple metal test.
The eBay seller who sold it to me is grudgingly accepting it back for a refund... but not without a million complaints and accusations. I would keep it... but it's not worth $164 if it's a fake.
Negative feedback is definite at this point! In no way has this been a "positive" transaction.Wow, that is sad, but good thing you had it checked out. You should leave them negative feedback so other buyers are warned. What a shame.
No, I definitely wouldn't be happy with the fake, especially after the trouble this seller has been causing, including veiled threats about how "feedback is important to us both" because we're both eBay sellers, and that if I report them to eBay things "could get messy for one of us".Oh no!! That is sad, I was excited to see that you'd managed to find one. Ugh, why must the world annoy us with fakes, such a time waster. Poor thing taking it into Tiffany too, I would have been mortified. But at least you got an answer I guess and yes, definately send it back, you wont be happy.
Thank you! I'm always intimidated walking in with my silver, too... It feels like they see the silver and their hope for a big sale plummets, almost like the sales staff are saying, "Oh, it's just you..." and going back to whatever they were doing.BUMMER! Sorry you had to be embarrassed like that I'm already intimidated when I go in with my real stuff because all I can afford is silver, I feel like they make note of that mentally lol
Seconded. And if the Tiffany employees felt anything but sympathy I would be very disappointed in them too. You didn't do anything wrong!! If anything you were doing something RIGHT to have it checked out.^^^ you aren't the crook. Your seller should be the one to be embarrassed.