Delivery company narrates how client dropped empty boxes of iPhone to be shipped (photos)

Delivery company narrates how client dropped empty boxes of iPhone to be shipped (photos)

- A logistics company has shared the story of how clients tried to scam people

- The company noted that a client had dropped empty boxes to be delivered

- Another client reportedly also hid the fact that dangerous goods was given to the company to avoid paying higher charges

A Nigerian logistics company has taken to social media to narrate scam incidents they experienced from some clients.

The Nigerian delivery company, that engages in shipping goods outside and within Nigeria, explained two incidents in which clients tried to defraud them and defame their name in the industry.

According to a post shared on the company's Instagram page, one customer had dropped empty boxes of iPhone to be shipped. It was revealed that the vigilant staff of the company detected the foul play.

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Delivery company narrates how client dropped empty boxes of iPhone to be shipped Instagram source: Adelove
Source: Instagram

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The post also claimed that another customer had purposely hidden crucial information in order to pay less. It was stated that the customer hid the fact that what was to be shipped was dangerous and needed proper care, which would result in higher charges.

It was reported that the dangerous item was detained at the airport as a result of the hidden information.

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Photos of the the empty boxes of iPhone were shared on the Instagram post. See post below:

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This just shows that people need to be very careful when doing any transaction, someone claiming to be a customer can defraud as well as fraudulent company.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a German woman had shared the story of how she scammed by a man who claimed to love her online. The woman revealed that it was a Ghanaian man who scammed her after she fell in love with.

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