Lady orders N230k iPhone 11 pro max from online vendor but gets fake version with playstore
By muhammadurabiu17 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1 views
Buying stuffs online is considered as one of the most fastest and easiest ways to buy goods of your choice because you can have them delivered at your door steps. It seems certain individuals are trying to spoil the fun of buying stuffs online.
A Nigerian Lady has who claimed to have paid N230,000 to an online vendor for an iphone 11 pro max, was disappointed and filled with anger after she received the fake version of the phone.
She cried out in the video that went viral on social media, saying the Camera of the iphone she received was of poor quality and the most annoying part is that the phone has play store.
She asked the Online vendor to return her money back and take back the phone or else Nigeria will be his worst Nightmare.
The Lady was really sad and a lot of Nigerians will start to doubt innocent online vendors because of this incident.
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