Waseem Jewellers

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130 The Broadway London UB1 1QN
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Manmeet singh Gogar



out of 5 stars

I been there couple of time to buy jewellery for my family and they have best selection in town i definitely recommend this place

Yas A



out of 5 stars

AVOID! FAKE GOLD!!! I spent over £1500 on gold, which turned out to be not what I brought. I brought a whole set a few years ago. Went on to get a valuation/sell it, all of them said it was not only 18K but it was a fake. I took it to more than one place, all said the same. I have not gone back to Waseem as I know they won’t do anything. I may take this up with the Ombudsman. Save your money, don’t buy here. You will be scammed.




out of 5 stars

neha was quite arrogant and rude, i dont know if it was because of something that happened that day or not but it wasnt really nice, the quality of the gold however was very good and looked pretty but the experience neha gave me was very weird and i didnt appreciate it at all. She rolled her eyes at me and made the most of ugliest of faces whenever i disagreed with her selection and i do not approve of this one bit. I'd like to hope management will help her get some classes in customer service or something along them lines, would not be visiting again if i see neha there.

Earth Focus



out of 5 stars

I recently came to this shop and purchased a necklace for my girlfriend for her birthday and some of the collections in the store were really stunning and beautiful and my girlfriend loved the gift. Additionally , the staff working there were brilliant and really helpful in giving suggestions and good advice about the jewellery.

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out of 5 stars

They have been fined more than £7,000 by a court after pleading guilty to a string of hallmarking offences. A Hallmarking guarantees that the item on sale has been independently tested and for a jeweller, it is a legal requirement for an Assay Office to hallmark articles containing precious metals if they've been described as such. Mr Atif Waseem of Shamail Gold Ltd, trading as Waseem Jewellers 130 The Broadway, has pleaded guilty to all 19 charges under the Hallmarking Act 1973 and a further charge under the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008. 16 gold rings, 1 gold pendant, 2 three-piece gold pendant sets All were seized by trading standards team and passed to the London Assay Office for inspection. But when they were tested, none of the items on sale were legally hallmarked, with one piece described as 18-carat when it was listed as 22-carat. Mr Waseem was fined £3,500 for all charges and ordered to pay costs of £3,882 and a victim surcharge of £181 (total £7,563). So if you're going to buy a piece of jewellery for a loved one this Christmas, be sure to check it's properly hallmarked. But if you have Brought jewellery from Waseem Jewellery double check it.
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