Diamond Direct Buy is an Australian owned family company based in Chicago Illinois , USA. In Business since 2006 in USA . My business philosophy is simple. My aim is to provide my clients with great value for money by ensuring my rings are of the highest quality and at the lowest price sold DIRECT to you, there are no store mark ups and you will save THOUSANDS.
To achieve this goal :
a.. I hope to educate my clients so they make an informed selection
b.. Provide only certified diamonds that are INDEPENDENTLY Certified..... unless you request non-certified option which is also available at cheaper prices.
c.. Keep my costs low to ensure I am never beaten on price.
d.. At all times I will maintain integrity in doing business with you, as my reputation, and satisfied clients are the best form of promotion for my rapidly growing business.
I am ALWAYS looking for deals, just like you are. I buy my diamonds and pay up front, so my suppliers are able to give me much better prices because they don't have to wait months for their money. As a result, I get first pick and better quality for much less than the other stores that pick and choose and pay later on Memos. I have NO overhead ( you don't end up paying for my rent, staff, insurance, inventory and other bills in YOUR PRICE that are associated with running a store). I operate this site myself and work on a VERY LOW markup. This ALL adds up to a HUGE savings for you.
I believe that buying a diamond should be an exciting experience. It can also be stressful and confusing ...by allowing me to be a part of this special occasion in your life. I will ensure that your experience is a memorable one. Future referrals from my customers are the biggest complement I can get.
Conflict Free Diamonds
All diamonds purchased at Diamond Direct Buy are from legitimate sources not involved in funding conflict and in compliance with United Nations resolutions. We guarantee that our diamonds are conflict free, based on personal knowledge and/or written guarantees provided by my suppliers.
For more information on conflict diamonds, please visit www.diamondfacts.org