I brought a diamond to a jeweler to be reset and the jeweler switched diamonds on me. What can I do about this?
4 Answers from Attorneys
How can you verify this? If you can contact jeweler, you may be able to sue...
Assuming you can indeed prove the switch, your remedy would be in court for the difference in value. You would first need to write a demand letter to the jeweler to see if he/she or his/her insurer will pay the claim.
Sue them for conversion, assuming you have monetary loss.
Report the alleged crime to police.
File suit for damages IF you can prove what you claim.
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