Frequently Asked Questions.
We are open Monday through Friday from 11AM - 7PM EST.
Yes, we ship all over the world via Fedex and DHL. If you have any special preferences for your shipment, please put a message in the notes section at the end of checkout.
Yes, but you must first call your credit card company and add the shipping address to your account.
Yes you may! If you would like to place an order by phone, please call 917-612-3454 during business hours.
Simply checkout on our website, click on the payment option "wire transfer" in the checkout. After you complete the checkout, you will be emailed the invoice and wire transfer information.
Mike The Jeweler is located at 315 9th st, Brooklyn, NY 11215, United States.
We do not sell jewelry insurance, but we recommend www.insureyourjewelry.com for jewelry insurance.
No, we are not an authorized dealer of any watch brands. Watches from Mike The Jeweler come with a 1 year Mike The Jeweler warranty, and no manufacturers warranty.
Yes, we will resize the ring free of charge within 100 days of purchase. We can typically re-size rings up to two sizes up or down. Please note that eternity ring designs cannot be re-sized.
All orders within the state of NY are subject to 8.9% sales tax. If your order is being shipped outside of the state of Georgia, you will not be charged sales tax.
You may return items purchased in-store or online for an exchange towards in-stock items (of equal or greater value) within 14 days of the receipt of the item(s). No refunds. Special orders, custom orders, and clearance/sale items are non-returnable and considered a Final Sale. Transactions with trade-ins are non-returnable and considered a Final Sale. Items must be returned by the purchaser in their original, unused, saleable condition (with no alterations, including sizing or engraving) in original packaging with receipts, paperwork, documentation, watch links, etc. Shipping costs are not refundable. To initiate a return, customers MUST contact our returns department to receive a Return Authorization Number. You can contact us at support@MikeTheJeweler.com or by calling 917-612-3454. Items purchased in store can be exchanged in store without a Return Authorization Number, other restrictions apply. How to Prepare a Return: Obtain a Return Authorization Number. Please contact us at 917-612-3454 or email us at support@MikeTheJeweler.com in order to be issued a return authorization number. You must write this Return Number clearly on the exterior of the package before sending it out to us. Please note that any package sent without a Return Authorization Number written out on the outer box, will be not be accepted. Package Your Return. Please make sure to include all original packaging as well as any other material, which was sent/delivered to you. Ship and Insure Your Package via USPS Registered Mail. Please make sure to use only United States Postal Service (USPS), and not FedEx or UPS. The United States Postal Service is the only company which will insure jewelry for over $500. Please ensure to receive a confirmation of delivery and keep the shipment tracking number as confirmation of shipment. Ship your package only with USPS Registered Mail, insured for the total value of the item. Please ensure to receive a confirmation of delivery, and keep the shipment tracking number as confirmation of shipment. Please Note: Mike The Jeweler will not be responsible for lost or stolen return packages. Upon receiving your return at Mike The Jeweler, the item will be reviewed by our Quality Inspection Team. Please note that items showing signs of wear or those that have been altered or damaged in any way, are not eligible for a return and the item will be sent back to you. Packages sent back to Mike The Jeweler without a return authorization number present on the outer packaging will be refused upon arrival.
The customs office of the destination country or region may impose customs fees, import duties, taxes, and other charges to your international order. These additional charges required for customs clearance are the responsibility of the recipient. When your order arrives at customs, either the carrier or customs office will contact you directly to arrange for the payment of any charges that may be due.