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Florida woman experiences the ultimate heartbreak after she tries to sell her wedding ring

When Megan Starich showed up to exchange her treasured wedding ring for several thousand dollars, she thought she had done everything right. The Florida woman decided to sell the $5,000 ring to help pay for her husband’s medical bills, which stemmed from a 15-foot fall at work. Watch the video “My husband fell 15 feet onto…

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  1. Oh, this is so awful. I feel badly for her….I would like to take this opportunity to warn people that even so, this is the best way to sell a diamond ring, this or on eBay. You can’t sell a diamond ring to any jeweler, they simply do not buy them. My friend had a blue diamond ring appraised for $10,000. She ended up after 7 months selling it for $2,500….I have been robbed – scammed – via Craigslist, myself. Beware.

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  2. That’s awful! Is nothing sacred? She must be so heartbroken.

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