HOW HAVE THEY STAYED IN BUSINESS???????????
D. Gellar & Sons is by far the WORST, RUDEST, HIGH-PRESSURE SALES, INSULTING, DEGRADING, WORSE THAN BUYING A CAR diamond store in the entire city. We were in there browsing, looking, getting ideas--not anywhere close to purchasing. We tried on a few rings and found one that we really liked, but more to give Matt, my boyfriend and idea of what I like. The salesman wanted to talk about the cost, and that's something I don't want to know, so I walked away. Now, we've been to SEVERAL stores in town--this has happened with all of them--I walk away, Matt talks $$ and then I come back and we learn about the warranty, etc. and all along the sales people know that I want to be surprised so we are not buying it on the spot. They have all been helpful...except at D. Gellar & Sons.
Stan Gellar hassled Matt for over 15 minutes, trying to bargain with Matt, telling him that he'll never get as good a deal as he would there, and when Matt said he agreed that the price was great, but he wasn't ready to buy, Stan said, "Oh, so you come in here looking at Lexus-es, but what you really wanted was the Crown Vic." Matt said, "I'm not going to buy the ring when she's sitting right over there," and Stan said, "Yeah, that's what you all say." Matt apologized if Stan felt like we had wasted his time by stopping in his store, and to that Stan replied, "You're exactly right, and don't come knocking on my door again."