It’s easy and convenient to shop online, and you can get things delivered to your home at your fingertips. But I have only seen pictures on the Internet, and often when the goods are delivered, there is a huge gap between imagination and imagination. Some netizens share their failed shopping experiences online, which often makes people cry and laugh.
According to the Daily Mail, Rachel Murphy from Cheshire, England, shares her friend’s failed shopping experience online.
Rachel’s friend Gemma spotted a camel coat at PrettyLittleThing, a shopping outlet specializing in women’s fashion. The product description reads: “This camel coat is the epitome of elegance, with a waterfall design to outline a beautiful silhouette, paired with a simple dress and lace-up sandals to give you a sexy look.” I saw that the website model was wearing this camel coat and knee-lengthening, looking very slim. So Gemma ordered the coat for £20.
The knee-length coat purchased online arrives as mopping pajamas. Photo from the Daily Mail
However, when Gemma tried on the coat at home, the dress was too long for her, and the coat almost dragged to the floor, drowning her ankles like a giant pajamas. Rachel shared a photo of Gemma on social media, attracting more than 21,000 likes. Some netizens laughed and said that this is simply a wizard’s cloak and likes this “Gandalf atmosphere”.
The Taiwan Consumer Foundation has also conducted investigations, and there are many online shopping complaints in China, and clothing accounts for a large proportion. The Consumer Foundation stated that if consumers find defects or other factors after receiving the goods and want to return them, they can request the return and refund from the operator in accordance with Article 19 of the Consumer Protection Law.