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Unformatted text preview: He selected a new setting with lots of small diamonds and asked the jeweler to take the large diamond solitaire from the old ring and mount it in the new engagement ring for his fiancée Fran. They agreed on a price of $1,200. When Brett told his thrice-wed friend Harry what he had done, Harry asked him what he was going to do with the old setting. Harry suggested to Brett that he sell it to the jeweler as an offset to the purchase price of the new ring. When Brett called the sales clerk, the sales clerk readily agreed to credit him for the scrap value of the old ring – approximately $200. But when Brett went to pick up the new ring, the manager came out and told him there would be no offset to the purchase price. Instead, the jewelry store would simply return the old setting to Brett. Incensed by this shabby treatment, Brett refused to take and pay for the new ring. Advise Brett. END OF EXAM...
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- American films, Engagement ring, Diamond, Jewellery, Sales Final Exam