DDS Diamonds manufacture designer engagement rings in Adelaide, so the price of the items varies considerably. DDS offer various payment options to accommodate all budgets.
A small deposit is paid at the commencement of all transactions. This confirms the order, secures the price and allows DDS to begin the manufacturing process. The balance is paid by the customer upon completion.
The payment options include:
• Cash is accepted and free from any fees and charges.
• Direct Transfer from bank to bank is the payment option most customers prefer to use. This option does not attract any fees and seems to be the most simple. DDS prefers that this is arranged by the customer prior to collecting the jewellery, with the Confirmation of Transaction being sent to us by email.
• Visa or Mastercard facilities are available. Using the savings key is free of bank charges, but using the credit key attracts a bank charge of 1.5% for regular and gold cards and 2% for Platinum credit cards.
• Bank cheques made out to W.B. Moser Pty Ltd are also gladly accepted.
You will find DDS Diamond Design Studios to be very accommodating and happy to help with payment options in any way possible.
Occasionally when higher priced items are purchased, customers need some extra time to pay for the ring of their dreams.
Custom made engagement rings generally take about four to six weeks to make from start to completion. During this time DDS outlays the cost for manufacturing the piece of jewellery, including the materials and labour, other than an initial deposit which customers pay at the commencement of the manufacturing process.
If customers need a longer time to pay, DDS offers a six month interest free agreement with Skye (formerly Lombard Finance). It’s a simple on-line process which enables the customer to walk out of the DDS studios with the piece of jewellery in hand, leaving Skyecard to look after the payment of the items.
If you are looking for a more elaborate designer diamond ring in Adelaide, loans longer than six months are also available, but these will need to be discussed with DDS to work out the options.