We understand that in today's world, people just don't have a lot of time and many of our customers are shopping on-the-go
Gainesville, FL (PRWEB) September 10, 2009
Abazias Diamonds (OTCBB:ORHI) recently introduced its 1-Step-Buy program that allows previous customers to make their purchases with one simple click of the mouse. This innovative system allows for customers to buy engagement rings, jewelry, accessories, and diamonds in virtually seconds.
Abazias Diamonds knows just how valuable time is, which is why the 1-Step-Buy system was such an important feature to launch this summer. With 1-Step-Buy, customers can make their purchases using preselected payment options, billing, and shipping information stored securely within their 'My Abazias' account.
"We understand that in today's world, people just don't have a lot of time and many of our customers are shopping on-the-go," explains CEO, Oscar Rodriguez. "With our latest innovation, the 1-Step-Buy system, we make shopping at Abazias even easier. It's simple, it's safe, and it's just what our customers need."
Through the last decade, Abazias Diamonds has created a strong and loyal customer base by introducing and implementing both customer service and website innovations including the Engagement Ring Builder, expansive diamond education section, and deals of the day. In addition to providing quality diamonds at wholesale prices, Abazias is also a full-service jeweler.
About Abazias Inc.
Abazias showcases over 150,000 diamonds, valued at over $1 billion on its website. Most of Abazias.com's diamonds are GIA, AGS or EGL certified. Abazias offers the "Couples Diamond®" which is required to meet even higher standards for cut, clarity and dimensions. Abazias is also a full-service jeweler offering a large selection of settings for stones purchased. For more information about Abazias, visit the company's website at http://www.abazias.com.
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