David Harris Designs
37 W 39th St Rm 904, New York, NY 10018
(212) 398-1815Add Hours
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09/30/2011Provided by Citysearch -
David Harris Designs has an impeccable reputation in the jewelry business. The company is being attacked online by a former employee who was caught trying to steal tens of thousands of dollars of jewels from David Harris Designs. She was fired immediately. Since then, she has spent hours of every day posting lies and false reports about David and his business across the Internet.
Here is an instructive example. She's posted a positive review as ""anamaria23"" saying she bought a David Harris Designs ruby bracelet. Then, days later, she writes as a fictitious sheik posting a story that has absolutely nothing to do with David Harris Designs - the studio is never mentioned in the article.
We know what's next: she'll post again as ""anamaria23"" saying she took the fake sheik's advice and ""WOW! the rubies are fake!""
This exchange is a farce put on by a thief who got caught and is crazy enough to spend hours every day attempting to ruin the reputation of a top design studio who disposed of her.
This posting exchange is a scam. Don't believe a word of it. David Harris Designs has a solid record of providing the highest quality jewelry in the world.
This disgraced former employee is now in the jewelry business herself - swapping out high-quality jewels for bad stones and conning customers in South Florida.
Please ignore false reviews on Web sites which do not supervise content and never take down false reports. David can provide dozens of positive references from reputable people and businesses around the world - just ask!
Thank you for understanding that you can't fight crazy.
09/14/2011Provided by Citysearch -
David Harris Designs Jewelry
Before you purchase any fine jewelry from David Harris Designs Jewelry or Macys, read this article first:
The article is about a lawsuit filed against Macys, alleging that Macys knowingly sold ruby jewelry as genuine gemstones when in fact they were not genuine rubies. Macys was required to inform customers about how the rubies were created but in many cases failed to do so, duping many customers into purchasing jewelry that did not meet gemological standards or were defective. Macys denied any wrongdoing and continued to sell the products. This shows you what they really think of your intelligence. 83e120