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One Amazon customer got Exo Dish Wash Bar instead of his Oneplus phone worth Rs 54,999

According to the report, after the order was delivered, Ashok kept it with him without opening it and waited for Navratri to start to open the box. When Ashok opened the box during Navratri, he found soap for washing utensils instead of a phone in the box of OnePlus.

Nowadays, cases of fraud are coming to the fore with customers buying from e-commerce websites. Recently, on buying a laptop from Flipkart, the customer got a clock soap box in the box. Now a similar case has also been seen with a customer who buys from strangers. A customer has received an Exo soap worth Rs 5 in the box of the order for buying a OnePlus 10T 5G smartphone from Amazon Great Indian Festival sale priced at Rs 54,999. Also, 10g Extra is written on the soap.

Bought the phone from amazon

Let us know that Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale 2022 is going on from 23rd September to 30th September on Amazon. In this sale, the company is giving many deals and offers to the customers. Customers who buy from these companies claiming to protect the customer’s choice and give the best service are falling prey to thousands of frauds in the name of offers.

When you opened the box, your senses flew away.

Actually, this accident happened with Ashok Bhambani, who lives in Mumbai. According to the report, Ashok had ordered the OnePlus 10T 5G smartphone priced at Rs 54,999 on the very first day of the Amazon Great Indian Festival Sale 2022. According to the report, after the order was delivered, Ashok kept it with him without opening it and waited for Navratri to start to open the box.

When Ashok opened the box during Navratri, he found soap for washing utensils instead of a phone in the box of OnePlus. After this, Ashok gave information about this fraud to Amazon Customer Service and also complained about this matter in the consumer court. However, till now no information has come from the company in this matter.



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