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Buying diamonds online will be easier when compared to walk into the retail shop.  When purchasing the diamond in brick and mortar you will be paying the cost of running a store which includes store maintenance, Electricity bill, service charges etc.

                                       

These hidden charges will be even more higher than the actual value of diamonds. When it comes to click and mortar, the diamonds will be shipped directly from the manufacturers where you will be paying only the actual price of the diamonds. There are no hidden charges will be applied. It makes the diamonds cheaper than your expected prize.

 

Before purchasing cheap diamonds online, you should note whether it is certified diamonds or not. A certified diamond should have 4Cs property with GIA grade report. If you don’t see the GIA inscription on your diamond then it will be a duplicate one.

 

If you are going to purchase the cheap diamonds make sure that your seller offers the services to take back your diamond with the best price for upgrading to new one. If you want to wear the sparkling diamond always, I would suggest buying the certified diamonds.

 

The seller who has the GIA certification will include the GIA grade report while purchasing the diamonds. This report includes the Carat weight, Cuts and Color grade. While purchasing the cheap diamonds from the online retailer make sure that the retailer is the active member of Jewelers Board of Trade. Because there is chance of selling duplicate diamonds in cheap rate.

 

Some online retailers do not have any brick and mortar store. In that case, you can ask them for the meeting in person to show you the collection which does not appear on their website. Choosing the certified diamonds rather than the cheap one will be the best choice to obtain the last longer sparkling quality.           

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