- Yet another lady has fallen victim to the scam carried out by online vendors and her video is currently trending on social media
- In the video, a photo of a braided human hair wig on a mannequin can be seen and in the second part, the substandard version she received
- Only a few days ago, a UK man took to Twitter to share photos of a pink net top his friend ordered and what he got instead
Some online vendors continue to shock unsuspecting customers with substandard products and yet another lady is counting her losses.
Apparently, she had ordered a braided human hair lace front wig plaited in cornrows.
However, what came in the package was a cheap and obviously different hair appearing to lack in quality.
The video shared by blogger @ijeomadaisy, shows the hair advertised, and the second part of the video shows what the customer got instead.
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Lady ends up with sponge-like wig after ordering braided human hair wig
"some hair vendors will not mk heaven."
" The person that added the sound track should be given an award. So apt!"
"But what’s this"
"But how much you pay"
"Ahhhh?????? This is unfair."
"Most hair vendors are on this table.... ladies and gentlemen if you want to buy hair or wig find time and go to their physical store to avoid this type of heartbreak."
Crazy style hack: Lady converts boxer to crop top in simple no-sew method, netizens react
When it comes to fashion hacks, it appears not every method or technique makes the cut and a video currently trending on social media is yet another proof.
A Tiktoker identified as @thequeenofhacks shared a video showing how she converted a pair of boxers into a crop top.
The clip shows the lady putting the print underwear on display before proceeding to cut out the crotch part to create a neck hole.
Man receives something different after ordering pink net top, netizens drop hilarious reactions
While it is common to see people getting scammed of their money by online vendors in Nigeria, it isn't only particular to the country.
Just recently, a UK man identified as Dioncé Knowles opened up about his friend's experience with an Instagram vendor in a tweet that has since gone viral.
According to the post, his friend ordered after seeing an Instagram ad for a sparkling pink see-through net tank top.