Important instructions from the Saudi Ministry of Commerce for the purchase of gold jewelry

Riyadh: The Saudi Ministry of Commerce has issued instructions regarding the purchase of gold jewelry and consumer rights in this regard.

According to the Saudi website, the Saudi Ministry of Commerce has said that the consumer who buys gold has the right to be included in the bill if the weight of the pearls is more than 5%.

The Ministry of Commerce says that the consumer who buys gold has the right to have the carats of the jewelery purchased, the sign of the jeweler’s logo and if the old jewelery is being sold then it should be mentioned in the bill.

According to the ministry, a detailed bill can also be demanded from the shopkeeper including the name of the showroom, its address, license number, commercial registration number, telephone number, date of transaction, weight of gold, details of jewelery and name of the customer. Join in

If there are pearls in the ornaments, then if their weight is more than 5%, it is necessary to indicate it in the bill. The weight of precious stones and gold should also be written in the bill. Precious stones include diamonds, rubies, emeralds and natural pearls.

The Ministry of Commerce further said that the bill should include the name of the gemstone, its nature, gender, standard of excellence, shape, weight, etc.

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