Most Helpful Girls
If you met her parents and have a good relation with them maybe it is time to ask for their help. If she broke off the engagement maybe she is super depressed. Things like even walking to the post might seem a struggle to her. Perhaps sending them a kind note telling them you have concern over the young lady and possible depression, but also asking assistance with this small task might work. Don't criticize. But be friendly.
It sounds like you are from traditional places and a parents approval would be paramount. Involvong them might ensure the rings swift return to save the parents face.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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" I never hated men enough to give him diamonds back" Zsa Zsa Gabor.
Maybe she wants to keep it in memory box.
Maybe she wants to keep it because it is valuable, or she is planning to sell it.
It just doesn't seem like she is gonna send you back ring.
Tehniqually it is her ring.0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
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Most Helpful Guys
i think she's lying and you'll ever get the ring back. it's already been 4 months, if someone really wanted to give something back, it's really not that hard to just quickly stop by the local courier retail service to ship it back and continue on with their day. even if they're busy with work and it's closed by the time they get out of work, there's always 1-2 days per week that they don't have to work, even with she's busy on her day off it still shouldn't even take a month, let alone 4 months.
i guess either keep waiting or fly back there to see if you can get it back in person, it's really the only 2 options right now. but then again if she really doesn't want to give it back, even if you fly back there she can always bullshit you and say she shipped it back already or the mail/package was lost during transit so she can't do anything about it.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
She probably doesn't want to return the ring. You need to tell her she needs to return that ring because it's a family heirloom or you will file a civil lawsuit against her. She broke off the engagement, the ring is rightfully yours. Either you will take more forceful measures like filing a lawsuit if she doesn't return it. Tell her that you give her two weeks and if you do not have it by the end of the second week, you will be filing a civil lawsuit against her for the ring or financial compensation if she "lost" the ring.2THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE