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What One Jeweler Wished He Could Have Said to The Client Who Accused Him of Eating Steak and Lobster

His customer thought he was making a fortune on marked-up jewelry.

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What One Jeweler Wished He Could Have Said to The Client Who Accused Him of Eating Steak and Lobster

“Do I look like I eat steak and lobster dinners?”

… To the customer who said: “I won’t pay retail and I won’t pay that price. I know you mark up jewelry. I won’t pay for your steak and lobster dinners.” (I sold him the ring anyway because it was on memo and I was still making just enough to eat a cracker.)

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