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Jewelry store worker reveals how to spot someone cheating on their partner: ‘Just break up’

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A jewelry store worker said she was able to spot men cheating on their partners from what they spent their money on.

Sarah Renn, from Virginia, began working in sales at a jewelry store after she finished her postgraduate degree.

Within a month, she claimed to have made a discovery about men cheating on their partners.

“Everyone has heard that men will buy two separate pieces of jewelry. I didn’t believe that this was a thing until I had worked there for about a month,” she told her TikTok following.

She said the first indicator would be buying two separate pieces of jewelry.

If men weren’t cheating, they would most likely buy a set, a matching pair of earrings and necklace, for their wife.

“It wouldn’t be any concern until a man would buy yellow gold earrings for his wife, who he stated only wears yellow gold jewelry, and then we’d move over to the case, and he’d see a white-gold necklace, and he’d ask me to take it out,” she said.

“You could tell that this was not for his wife because his demeanor would completely change. He’d start looking around, he would start stuttering his words and he’d say ‘yeah, just put that on the tab too. She’d like that’.”

Sarah Renn said she began working in sales at a jewelry store after she finished her postgraduate degree. TikTok/@sarahtonen

Renn would start questioning the buyer, claiming if she only liked yellow gold she likely wouldn’t appreciate the necklace. This is when, she claimed, the man would start making up excuses.

Another indicator was that the boxes came in sets so there wasn’t a need for two separate boxes.

“Of course there would be the men who would say they’d give the earrings for her birthday and then the matching necklace for Christmas — that wasn’t out of the ordinary,” she said.

If men weren’t cheating, they would most likely buy a set, a matching pair of earrings and necklace, for their wife. Shutterstock

“But there were telltale signs that this man was not giving two separate gifts. In the jewelry industry, you are trained to ask ‘what’s the occasion,’ and typically, men would state one.”

She said at the end of the transaction the men would then stop her and ask for the items to go in two separate boxes, claiming it was “more for her to open”.

Renn said two matching pieces of jewelry were not a red flag, but when the pieces were different, it raised alarm bells.

Social media users were shocked at the revelations put forward by Renn.

She said buying two separate pieces was usually the key. Instagram/@sarahcube12

“Like why do they go through all this stress. Just break up,” one social media user said.

One added: “I worked at a chocolate store, Valentine’s Day said a lot.”

“Hotel work … welcome back! Wife confused oh we have never been here! well, hunny you haven’t been but,” another social media user said.

“They did it 24/7 at Victoria’s Secret too when I worked there. Very two clearly different sizes,” another put forward.

One added: “My boyfriend got me a purple stone necklace for Christmas – when I ended up moving in with him five years later I found the same necklace in one of the drawers but just a clear stone one. C️learly used.”


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