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Silver Best Buy Jewelry Fraud; No Refund Internet, Nationwide – On or about October 21, 2010 I purchased a David Yurman inspired pendant from Silver Best Buy Jewelry at I received the pendant and it was not as pictured on the nice website the merchant displays. I paid approximately $94.19 plus shipping for the pendant. I immediately e-mailed a representative of and informed them that I would be returning the pendant for a refund. I was told that I could do this. On November 1, 2010 I shipped the item back to Silver Best Buy Jewelry through the United States Postal Service (USPS). A week later I spoke with a representative of USPS by telephone and I was informed that the USPS obtained a signature of delivery. When I did not receive a refund from Silver Best Buy Jewelry I e-mailed them about my refund and to advise them that I was informed by the USPS that they received the package. I did not receive a response to my e-mail or a refund. Subsequently, I e-mailed Silver Best Buy Jewelry three to four more times with no response. Basically, this website is a scam, they do not adhere to any of their policies and their jewelry is cheap to say the least! Before you fall in to the trap of their pretty website and nice pictures please note that this is all a sham and you will not receive what you see in the photographs or what you pay for and you will not receive any refund and/or credit if you wish to return the item. Basically, you spend your time and money and come out with zero!

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