Saturday, January 8

How To Safely Buy Jewelry Online

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You can order your favorite makeup brands, your chosen skincare, clothing from almost any brand, designer bags and so much more online. We even do banking, plan weddings, create vision boards, and build our businesses.

So is it any surprise that we also choose the internet to buy jewelry? One of the things that can be a little bit of an issue is that you can't always be sure that the jewelry seller is legitimate.

When you are making big purchases like jewelry online, it pays to make sure that you are doing it safely. After all, you don't want to be the victim of a scam and not get exactly what you've paid for.

In general, shopping for jewelry online is incredibly safe and can be a very worthwhile experience. You have plenty of time to look at the different designs, diamond shapes, and unique jewelry on offer.

You have the entire jewelry market at your fingertips in seconds.

So here is how you can buy jewelry safely online.

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We have all had the unfortunate experience where what we have purchased doesn't fit or we simply don't like it. Things become a bit more tricky if you don't understand the returns policy for the item you have purchased online.

Ensure that before you press the ‘buy’ button, there is a 100% return guarantee and that there are no exceptions. Look for at least a 30-day return policy and that your consumer rights will not be affected.

After that, legitimate jewelry stores may offer an extended 45-day return policy to ensure that their customers are delighted with their purchases.


Looking for reviews for the store you intend to buy jewelry from can be crucial before purchasing anything.

When you read online reviews from websites like Trustpilot, you can get a lot of insight into other customers' experiences with the store. You can also find a vast range of reviews, like this one Crafted by Infinity review.

If you notice a website doesn't have any reviews or all of the reviews are negative, that is a clear sign that you should stay clear of buying anything from that site.


You should be looking for a padlock in the URL bar at all stages of the website. This padlock is a sign that they have got website security in place through an SSL certificate.

If you notice that the padlock has gone when you get to the point of purchase, where you would traditionally add in your payment details, it is a good idea to reconsider purchasing from that store.

If you happen to be in doubt about making a purchase, keep in mind that if you use a payment portal like PayPal or a credit card, you have an extra layer of Consumer Protection. If anything goes wrong, the consumer is protected and will often receive a refund.

If you are ready to treat yourself, here are some accessories you need to consider: 4 Types of Bracelet You Need to Know to Complete Your Look.

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