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Ed Levin Jewelry Complaint - Ed Levin Jewelry drops top jewelry store in Rhode Island
Ed Levin Jewelry Complaint

Ed Levin Jewelry Complaint

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Ed Levin Jewelry drops top jewelry store in Rhode Island


I have a friend who I do business with in the jewelry trade, who owns a jewelry store in Rhode Island that has been voted by consumers as the top jewelry store in Rhode Island several times. He has done business with Ed Levin Jewelry for 27 years, and has two showcases of their jewelry, which he purchased from them, in his store. Ed Levin jewelry occupies more space than any other one designer. The recently notified him that because he did not purchase over $3500 worth of jewelry from them last year, he would no longer be able to purchase from them. He uses the jewelry he has to take orders for wedding rings, and also sells from the cases. I don't understand the business practice of a company that would treat a loyal customer in this way. Is it his fault that their jewelry is not selling? Since Ed Levin died, the way this company has been run has steadily declined, and this is another example of someone at the company making very poor decisions for the company that will eventually undermine what Ed Levin built. Why would a business who is looking to sell their product penalize someone by dropping them when the product does not sell, and the store is making the efforts to sell the product that this store is making?


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donbeohner says: (4 years ago)
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Beware retailers and customers…..
After 28 years of buying inventory from Ed Levin Jewelry without even one late payment the new owners (since Ed's passing in 2011) informed me that I could no longer make purchases. They now say I have to reapply with an opening order of $3,500.00 and for each year after.
I have nearly pleaded with them to have some humanity concerning my account. In 2011 and 2012 I was burglarized 3 times losing over $50,000.00. I am a one-man store and have been open 6 days a week in downtown Providence all these years.
I have 3 of my eight cases dedicated to Ed's jewelry pieces.
They (a manager named Patrick) showed no business sense informing me that even with my inventory of wedding bands, rings and bracelets that need to be ordered in different sizes, that I still would not be able to make purchases without the $3500.00 minimum.
I carry over 100 artists here and have never been treated so coldly and unconsciously. I miss Ed and am glad he doesn’t have to see how his supportive customers are now being treated…….. very sad.

Don Beohner
Copacetic Jewelry Inc.




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