Ring. Wednesday , November 08th , 2017 - 19:19:05 PM
Forget the 2 months salary rule right now. That was just intelligent marketing on the part of DeBeers about 15 years ago. If you make $4,000 a month, then you are talking about spending $8,000 on a diamond engagement ring. Most people that make $4,000 a month cannot afford to spend two months of their salary on a ring. Maybe getting a ring that is worth $8,000 would be a good idea if you can get a great deal and spend around $3,000. Trust me this can be done and we will talk about that a bit in step 5.
Now the seventh tip I want to give you is really the ultimate tip, and that is to buy online. I know it might sound counterintuitive to buy your diamond ring online, but when you buy online you have more choices, you pay less money and you won't be harassed by pushy sales people. Just make sure that the online store you're going to choose has a good return policy, meaning that if you get the diamond ring and you don't like it then you can ship it back for free. So I hope this helps, if you have any questions just ask me.
The fourth tip is the clarity. The clarity means that the less imperfections a diamond has, the more value it has. So you might want to pay for diamond that has a little bit of imperfections and make sure that the imperfections cannot be seen with the naked eye. That way you pay less for the diamond, but it doesn't really change anything.
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