Two Indians cheated after purchasing two versions of the Apple iPhone via online shopping sites.
As the holiday season continues, e-commerce platforms such as Amazon.in and Flipkart are offering massive discounts Especially on electronic devices, accessories and smartphones.
According to “Times Now News”, two online shoppers in India claimed that they were cheated after purchasing two versions of the Apple iPhone via Flipkart and Amazon India.
In the first incident, Bhavi Sharma posted a video on the social networking site “YouTube” claiming that he received a fake product.
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Sharma explained that he ordered an iPhone 11 from Flipkart during the Big Billion Day sale, but he got a fake device for 80,000 rupees.
The buyer also said that a representative Flipkar refused to take back the device after examining it and said it could not be refunded.
Another buyer named Rav on YouTube also said he had ordered an iPhone 11 with a storage capacity of 64 GB from Amazon India during sales. Great Indian Festival.
In The video he posted said he got a fake iPhone with 256GB of storage. According to this buyer, the phone came with two pre-installed protective covers and a body bearing the trademark KK Concept at the back.
According to media reports, the buyer submitted a return request, but the person who delivered the delivery refused. Retrieving it at the same time, prompting the buyer to file a complaint with the police.
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