For people who don’t have the time, or simply find it extremely tiring or time-wasting to shop in malls, online shopping is a wonderful alternative. Although it offers a number of irreplaceable advantages, sometimes it turns into an utter disaster. Every online shopper has faced at least one disappointing deal, so check the below e-shopping failures and see if yours can be compared with the disappointments that these people were met with.
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A large number of modern consumers prefer online shopping due to a number of benefits it offers such as lower prices than in malls and a wider variety of products resulting in greater and unlimited choices. It saves traveling time and costs immensely, making it more convenient for shoppers. Not only that, but internet-based stores are open 24/7, so it gives you the ability to make purchases at any time you desire. Also, payments can be easily made via electronic transaction methods, and ordered products are delivered to your doorstep.
#1 This Shirt Is From A Chinese Fast Fashion Website. Who’s Surprised?
#2 Inside Out… But Still…
#3 Ever Seen Printed Knit-Sweaters?
#4 Ordered For The Kid, But Fitted The Mom!
#5 $60 And Non-Refundable
#6 Who Wants To Get Their Head Shrunk?
Though it usually takes 2-3 weeks for the product to arrive, considering how easy it is to make the purchase, it’s worth the wait. Also, chances are high that you already forgot about the purchase you made a fortnight ago, therefore the arrival of online-ordered stuff might make you feel like you’re getting a present.
But, there are enough instances when the arrived product looks nothing like the ordered one. At such moments, it is best to learn the lesson that online-shopping is indeed risky and that it’s sometimes like a gamble where you lose money.
#7 What A Donut!
#8 This Dress Arrived Without The Top Part
#9 Even A Hand Can’t Fit In These Boots Ordered For Halloween
#10 “Asymmetric Deep V-Neck Maxi Dress”
#11 The Very Rare Occasion When A Bigger Size Arrives
#12 Nice Knit Sweater!
#13 This Trousers Suit A Slanderman
#14 Are You Sure It’s A Prom Dress?
#15 Skirt Or Serviette?
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