Online Jewelry Store Beverly Diamonds Announces Partnership with BlisPay for Zero Interest Finance and Discounts

With the addition of the ‘no payment, no interest’ BlisPay finance scheme, Beverly Diamonds, one of the longest serving e-commerce platforms for diamonds and jewelry, has set another high standard for online jewelry industry in offering more value and perks to buyers.

August 11, 2017 /AuthorityNewsNetwork/ —

(Los Angeles, CA, August 11, 2017) – Beverly Diamonds, the reputed e-commerce company for diamond rings and jewelry, has announced that it is partnering with BlisPay, a venture-backed finance company, to offer its customers a ‘no payment, no interest’ scheme. The finance scheme aims to make it more lucrative to buy jewelry from Beverly Diamonds with accompanying discounts and cash back offers.

With online stores and e-commerce making strides in virtually every industry, Beverly Diamonds has maintained its leadership and reputation in the diamond and jewelry e-commerce space. Since online buyers always look out for attractive deals, discounts, and perks, Beverly Diamonds has joined hands with BlisPay, a new venture-backed financial technology firm based in Baltimore, MD, to offer attractive finance schemes to its customers.

The BlisPay scheme for Beverly Diamonds customers applies for all purchases made above $199 and attracts no interest or payments if the purchase amount is paid fully in six months. Interest will thus be charged (at an APR of 19.99 percent) only if the purchase balance is not paid in full in six months. The finance scheme comes with several other value additions, such as a 2 percent cash back. The scheme can be availed from a smart phone as well and becomes active within seconds. On top of that, Beverly Diamonds also offer $50 complimentary Restaurant.com gift certificate for every product purchased

“We always try to pass on savings to the customers. Our partnership with a good financing company like BlisPay will enable our customers to receive more advantages than ever,” said Matthew, the Owner of Beverly Diamonds.

In the world of earrings, pendants, wedding sets and bands, studs, bracelets, and much more, Beverly Diamonds carries on its tradition of excellence in quality and craftsmanship. Its team comprises jewelry designers, sales associates, gemologists, and others, and together they aim to offer exceptional jewelry products and customer service. As an online store, the prices are kept competitive, and the products are made from finest diamonds and colored gems.

“We couldn’t be happier with our experience with Beverly Diamonds. Both my engagement ring and wedding band are absolutely stunning, and I wouldn’t be able to count how many compliments I’ve received on my rings!” said a recent customer of Beverly Diamonds.

As an online store operating since 2002, Beverly Diamonds has maintained excellent reviews and ratings and keeps an active social media presence. Its success in selling diamonds and jewelry online can be attributed to a combination of high quality and affordable prices. It is thus one of the earliest and longest company selling jewelry online, having sold over 25,000 engagement rings. The company is headquartered in the historic Los Angeles Jewelry District.

The success of the online jewelry store can be attributed to another unique service offered by Beverly Diamonds – 3D videos of its engagement ring collection. Buyers of diamond rings online require complete assurance of dealing with an authentic service and product, and 3D videos assuage their concerns and reveal the ring in its splendor in as realistic a view as possible.  

Beverly Diamonds has set up benchmarks for the online jewelry industry in several areas. It offers only the best quality diamonds that undergo a strict quality control checking, and each ring is delivered along with a detailed certificate of appraisal. Additionally, Beverly Diamonds adheres to the Kimberley Process, ensuring that no diamonds are sourced from conflict areas.

With the addition of the ‘no payment, no interest’ BlisPay finance scheme, Beverly Diamonds has set another high standard for online jewelry industry in offering more value and perks to buyers. The online store welcomes inquiries for a one-on-one consultation with its experienced jewelry specialists who are always available to guide customers through the selection process and through their online purchase.

Company Name: Beverly Diamonds
Contact Name: Kevin
City: Los Angeles
State: CA
Country: United States
Phone: 18554568380
Email: info@beverlydiamonds.com
Website URL: https://www.beverlydiamonds.com/

Source: AuthorityNewsNetwork

Release ID: 228470

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