Wednesday, May 25, 2011

What To Do With An Engagement Ring After A Broken Engagement?

Posted by Kero at Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Gasp! G was previously engaged.

She showed me the ring this morning at  More Cafe while we wait for the other girls to arrive. It was set in platinum with a huge sparkling stone. It was glittering and breathtaking. While I looked closely, G launched to her story of broken engagement 10 years ago.

Apparently, she tried to return the expensive ring but her ex-fiancee said that it was hers to keep since he felt guilty for cheating on her. G is happily married now for two years and she wants to get rid of the ring. She does not want to go around asking for pawnshop because she wants to get rid of it as discreetly as possible. 

I gave her a huge smile and informed her of a website where she can sell platinum ring. It is the same site our Indian neighbor is selling her gold jewels. G was thoroughly interested and asked me to explain further.

The website is called where they offer to buy old gold, silver, and platinum jewels. Even broken chains, earring no longer in set, and knotted chains are welcome to be trade for cash. They offer complete customer privacy and as soon as they receive the authentic jewelries you want to sell, you will receive your money through wire transfer or PayPal within 24 hours.

Now it was G's turn to smile broadly. She shared her plans of a luxury cruise to Egypt and Jordan come Eid Holiday so maybe, this was perfect time to sell platinum for cash. When the girls arrived, they also gasped at the sight of her engagement ring. It must cost a fortune, they exclaimed. Platinum is even more expensive than gold!

The cost was nothing compared to the shame and heart break I endured, replied G. We all gave her a group hug.

2 sweets for Kero:

Melodygem on May 29, 2011 at 9:23 AM said...

Oh I guess she had already recovered, it's painful.

Just 1 Word on May 29, 2011 at 9:25 AM said...

Hope she could get a better price for her cruise...


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