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Q: List of diamonds buyers in Shanghai

List of companies for buying gemstones

25 weeks 6 days ago in  General  - Shanghai

 
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Well that's a comprehensive list you provided there Fred but you missed a place, in my opinion the best damn diamond buyer in the country...

 

I don't know his name but he's that dude with the diamond shop on the street with a bank on it. Near KFC. Just get off the bus at that really busy bus stop and you can't miss it.

 

If you tell him I sent you he'll give you a great price.

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Well that's a comprehensive list you provided there Fred but you missed a place, in my opinion the best damn diamond buyer in the country...

 

I don't know his name but he's that dude with the diamond shop on the street with a bank on it. Near KFC. Just get off the bus at that really busy bus stop and you can't miss it.

 

If you tell him I sent you he'll give you a great price.

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Lately this place is flooded in with weirdoes from all walks of life. Look not far at the more than 6 years old post about that boy asking for advice to get back his Chinese girlfriend. The last three asnwers went totally vodoo, literally. Now, this guy and his gemstones. Last week we had that perverted Polish guy intertwined with new answers about Chinese lessons classes for foreigners who must learn the language if they want to do business with China which grows greater and greater by day. And so it goes with these many weirdoes. I don't know how to call them otherwise. 

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I'm a Diamond in the Rough,,,,  or that's what my gf says anyway.   or might be I'm a dickhead who's really gruff.  I don't hear so good outta my left ear....

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