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Businiess name:  Rocky Mountain Diamond
Review by:  citysearch c.
Review content: 
The magnification lubes at Rocky Mountain Diamond are worthless...they show you nothing inside the diamond. The measuring tools they use are off as well. They are not precise in their measurements by any means. Be very careful. I saw my diamond under Rocky Mountains magnification lube as well as under Jerricks Jewelers (in Logan) and they looked like two completely different diamonds. Under Rocky Mountains Lube I saw flaws whatsoever. Under the magnification lube at Jerrecks I saw every slight inclusion within the diamond. I would have been fine with it had they just been honest and shown me exactly what I was buying..however, they hide the flaws and tweek the measurements to make you think you are getting more than you actually are. Be careful. It's worth it to pay more and get a certified certificate from a retail store. I do still love my ring, however, I do feel it is very important to buy from honest people. Cons: Misleading and not Completely Honest

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