fake diamond sold as real (bought 10years ago) but just found out, can i sue?
I purchased my diamond wedding ring at a local jewelry store about 10 years ago. It has not been off my finger other than to be cleaned or fixed at the same store. Recently I noticed that the diamond has scratches on the surface. I went to another jewelry store and asked if a real diamond could get scratched as mine was. They used a diamond tester on my ring and said that the main central diamond was fake but the the ones surronding it are real. Can I sue the jewelry store for selling or (switching the diamond when being cleaned or fixed) a fake diamond?
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