Shocking: Dubai Woman Receives Huge Fake Apple AirPods from Amazon

Shocking: Dubai Woman Receives Huge Fake Apple AirPods from Amazon
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Online shopping scams are familiar in today’s world. Almost every online shopping freak witness these scams maybe got different products, defected items, or many more. However, a recent scam report has shocked everyone, which has come from Dubai. The most threatening situation is when you get bluffed after purchasing an expensive item like Apple products.

Fake products with a well-known company badge are immensely purchased these days. It might sound silly for some of you, but its the new trend. A woman residing in Dubai was shocked when she bought fake wireless Apple AirPods from Amazon. The product delivered to her was huge, which we cannot imagine using. We can say that the product is just useless. The customer narrated the experience via a social media platform.

Shocking: Dubai Woman Receives Huge Fake Apple AirPods from Amazon

Shocking: Dubai Woman Receives Huge Fake Apple AirPods from Amazon

The report was posted through Twitter handle name @Al33rzay. She said that after opening the delivered package, the fake AirPods astounded her. She didn’t even know how to react in this situation. The post reads, “So today I received my AirPods from Amazon. God these are huge,” she tweeted. I got the AirPods from Amazon last month. I knew they were fake because Amazon sells weird stuff, and it wasn’t expensive. I was shocked not going to lie, but we move on.”

The customer has bought the AirPods at approximately $62 (Dh227.73) which is usually available at three times more the cost. Although, it seems that the price must not have affected the women. She tweeted the incident with a photo of the tremendous AirPods, which looks strange. It has attracted nearly 72,000 retweets with its weird size. The AirPods looks much like a hairdryer.

In these cases, the most interesting section which everyone awaits is the seller’s reaction. However, Amazon did not reply to her tweet or complain. The most shocking part is that the post was later removed and designated as “potentially sensitive content”. Have you ever experienced such online frauds? Must share your experience with us.

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