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Note that, before you but anything online check the description of the product before you place an order. Do not be a victim like this woman.
A Ghanaian woman recently found herself in an unexpected predicament after making an online purchase from Aliexpress. She had ordered what she believed to be a functional blender for GH¢44, only to discover upon receiving it that it was, in fact, a toy blender.
The incident came to light when she shared her experience in a video posted by EDHUB, cautioning fellow netizens to exercise vigilance when shopping online.
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In the video, the disappointed woman emphasised the importance of thoroughly checking product details and seller credibility to avoid such unfortunate situations.
Her story has reminded many netizens of the need for due diligence when making online purchases, as deceptive listings can sometimes lead to unexpected outcomes.
The video, shared by eddie_wrt, has been a typical example of the challenges that can arise from online shopping, reinforcing the importance of research and scrutiny before hitting the “buy” button.
Watch the video below
A Ghanaian woman bought a blender for 44 cedis online from Aliexpress, and this is what she got. pic.twitter.com/OUfVCmP9Zj
— EDHUB🌍ℹ (@eddie_wrt) September 18, 2023
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