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Report Lost / Stolen Diamond
If you've lost a diamond that was Gemprinted, first be sure to report the loss to your insurance company and local police department along with a copy of your Gemprint® Certificate of Registration, Diamond Grading Report, and Appraisal. Then, inform Gemprint of your loss by completing this form.
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Gemprint will notify the proper jewelry industry authorities and will monitor all diamonds processed by Gemprint for potential matches. If the diamond is recovered, Gemprint® can be used as forensic evidence to assist local police departments as well as national and international law enforcement agencies in the identification of the diamond.
Gemprint® has been used as evidence in the court of law. In 1983, a landmark decision by the District Court of San Diego accepted Gemprint® as proof positive for diamond identification and thus provided juris prudence (People vs. Maki of California et. Al (San Diego, 1983). Since then Gemprint® has been instrumental in many recoveries and convictions.