Had a great experience at Anthem Jewelers and they paid me the highest price for my gold, I shop at other jewelers but they paid me the most. Jim and Jerzy were especially nice and handled me with care, thank you Anthem jewelers.
Posted: 8/30/2012 • Link to this review
This Jewelers that has an "F" grade with Las vegas B.B.B.is the worst I ever dealt with ,didn't provide service paid for,could care less about you or your complaint NEVER PAY HERE FIRST, Little Ed is a lying little SOB BEWARE,reneged on original estimate ;now refuses to correct it
Posted: 8/11/2010 • Last edited: 8/16/2010 • Link to this review
I've loved jewelry my whole life. I love Anthem Jewelers and they will always have my support. I buy and sell with them all of the time and have no complaints. I've met a few people there much like the ones giving bad reviews and almost all of them walk into a jewelry store hoping to scam the jeweler. They make false claims about the quality of the jewelry and expect the staff to just accept their word? And when they get rejected and embarrassed about the stunt, here come the poor reviews! Don't listen to them, use your intelligence and go see for yourself. I guarantee that you'll be pleased
Posted: 12/03/2009 • Link to this review
I think Anthem Jewelers is a good place to go!! I had a pile of jewerly that I would never wear again (from old boyfriends) so I took it in. I figured it was mostly junk and the guy told me that some of it was but a few things were valuable. I was expecting to get some grocery money but instead I got enough for 2 car pmts!! The guy actually told me about the stuff I had and a few things about value and what not. He sounded like he's been doing this for a while and was totally patient with a novice like me. He also told me to get better boyfriends who could afford real jewelry!! I think he's right about that!!
Posted: 11/12/2009 • Link to this review
They take good care of their customers! I took some old jewelry in that I didn't think would be worth much but they gave me cash for it and more than I expected. I saw a few things in the display that really caught my eye so I'll be back again.
Posted: 10/19/2009 • Link to this review
I had a neckless I was selling and went to Anthem. I was expecting that he would do the same as all the other jewelers I had been to already. Testing the gold, weighing it, telling me the karet, the weight, then an offer. Oh how was I wrong. The clerk; who I later found out to be the Ed guy from the ad, looked at it and said "What do you think this is?" in a very undermining tone. I was first taken back at his rudeness but I replied with what I already knew about it. "It's a 22karet gold neckless and pendent at a little over a half an ounce." I was treated like I was a child trying to do physics, with the demeaning mannor I was getting from him. As he told me after looking at the neckles for a half a minute. "Your wrong! It's 18 karet if your lucky." I protested a little that it had been stamped with the weight and karet, and that he had yet to do the test on the gold, as the other jewelers have done. "That doesn't mean anything, and I have been doing this long enough I can tell cheap jewelery when I see it." He took the neckless to the back and came back out a minute later. "I'll be nice and give you $100 bucks for it now, you wont get any better then this." I left I was so taken back by the way I was treated. I will never go back!
Posted: 5/08/2009 • Link to this review
I had a ring to sale and I wanted to make sure they would be interested before driving across town. I called ahead of time and explained what I had and the man said, "Come on over we'll buy your ring". When I got there I walked in the store and it was the Ed guy from the commercial. I showed him the ring and he said they weren't buying any men's rings. He was so rude. I told him about calling first and he just said, too bad. I would never step foot in that place again.
Posted: 3/30/2009 • Link to this review