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Old 09-03-2014, 10:40 AM   #2
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What you're referring to is usually found on EGL or similar quality certificates. Quite frankly, the value on the certificate is meaningless. It's essentially a way for the retailer to say look, it's valued at $4,000 on the certificate and I'm giving you a deal at $2,000. The true value of the diamond is $2,000 (for example) and that's what you should pay.
Unfortunately you see this a lot with chain stores as a way to give you a perceived deal or sale price.
It's really a shame this happens as I feel it cheapens Canadian diamonds as a whole.
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