Exotic and sophisticated? This is the fugliest necklace I’ve ever seen. I wore stuff like that as a kid in the 1990’s. NMP.
Jewelmint is a ripoff because for $30 (Or $29.99, excuse me) you get a piece of  crap piece of jewelry. Sure, it may look cute, but it’s made of cheap  material that breaks easily. It’s basically the Forever 21 of jewelry,  but passed off as quality because it’s endorsed by a white celebrity.
This afternoon I had a rageful email conversation with Jewelmint’s customer service. They never seem to know what’s going on and did not know how to respond to my questions.
I ordered the zipper bracelet, but it was missing one of the jewels. You would think that a company would feel bad about sending an incomplete piece, but they did not care. When I originally emailed customer service, the woman said (direct email quote) “Once we receive the Bronze Zip Bracelet back at our warehouse you will receive a credit to your Jewelmint account.” I returned it, never received the credit, and now they refuse to give it to me. How nice. After sending multiple emails and the copy of the original email that mentioned the credit, they finally only offered me $7 off- that’s not what I’m asking for. If you’re not going to give a customer something that you originally offered, don’t mention it in the first place.
In the past I purchased the for keeps bracelet and it broke when I tried it on, so I got a replacement. The replacement also broke after I wore it once.
It’s not my problem that I like to spend what little money I have on quality items that don’t break. Don’t even get me started on Stylemint (What a snoozefest) and all those other mints.

Exotic and sophisticated? This is the fugliest necklace I’ve ever seen. I wore stuff like that as a kid in the 1990’s. NMP.

Jewelmint is a ripoff because for $30 (Or $29.99, excuse me) you get a piece of crap piece of jewelry. Sure, it may look cute, but it’s made of cheap material that breaks easily. It’s basically the Forever 21 of jewelry, but passed off as quality because it’s endorsed by a white celebrity.

This afternoon I had a rageful email conversation with Jewelmint’s customer service. They never seem to know what’s going on and did not know how to respond to my questions.

I ordered the zipper bracelet, but it was missing one of the jewels. You would think that a company would feel bad about sending an incomplete piece, but they did not care. When I originally emailed customer service, the woman said (direct email quote) “Once we receive the Bronze Zip Bracelet back at our warehouse you will receive a credit to your Jewelmint account.” I returned it, never received the credit, and now they refuse to give it to me. How nice. After sending multiple emails and the copy of the original email that mentioned the credit, they finally only offered me $7 off- that’s not what I’m asking for. If you’re not going to give a customer something that you originally offered, don’t mention it in the first place.

In the past I purchased the for keeps bracelet and it broke when I tried it on, so I got a replacement. The replacement also broke after I wore it once.

It’s not my problem that I like to spend what little money I have on quality items that don’t break. Don’t even get me started on Stylemint (What a snoozefest) and all those other mints.

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