Another version of what you ordered versus what you got: Nigerian lady cries
By dr_chysom | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
The event of things that occurs with online shopping is one that Nigerians has come to the "What you ordered versus what you got" as on many occasions, majority has received products worse and nothing to write home about as compared to what was displayed on online stores.
And yet again a Nigerian lady took to the social media to show Nigerians what she got after paying a huge some of One hundred and forty thousand (#140,000) for human hair.
She described what she was sent as being a "rubber sponge"
This post drew up diverse reactions from Nigerians as some made fun of it and asked her to stop shopping online
Others had to refer her to places where she could get reliable and trustworthy product
Some others blasted her for spending such an amount online instead of going the get them on her own in a well renowned market
The deed has been done, all we should do is to be careful where we do our online shopping.
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