Yes, clgwi identified the issue with R4603.
It was listed at $4995- which is a great price for an Internally Flawless Fancy Light yellow cut as well as it is.
When we revised the listing late last night to show the ring we've made for it, we forgot to adjust the price to include the $4000 ring.
About R1236: That's a kind of wacky price at $14350- t was a trade up , and can't be replaced for that money.
An interesting aspect of our business is that we actually own the diamonds on our site- as opposed to most of our competition which lists diamonds from a mass database, without ever buying one ( before it's sold)
In those cases, the prices are changed daily, as the market changes.
If we bought a diamond for $10k 3 years ago, and the current replacement is , say $13k, we sometimes have to change the price.
Our policy is that if someone calls immediately ( within a few days) after we have adjusted a price, we honor the old price.
As far as the last consideration you've voiced Bazilita: Our advice to consumers is to be SUPER careful choosing a company to do business with.
If an internet company did behave as you we concerned about- taking people's money, then changing the deal afterwards, they'd never be able to bury that.
I never tell people how to check us out- as it's important for people to find independent verification- but if we had people out there dissatisfied- especially due to something dishonest- it would show up.
Furthermore, we abhor companies that behave in that manner.
I appreciate the need ask these questions and I'm sorry about the error on the ilsting today