When was the last time you purchased something off an e-commerce website? You don’t keep count nowadays, do you? With automobiles to veggies, when you have everything available at your doorstep on just a tap, then so are the problems available everywhere.
No, I’m not talking about those financial frauds or phishing attacks but not getting what you ordered. On a very narrow basis, if you had ordered apples which cost you Rs 120/kg but get 12 bananas for the same amount. You would be infuriated now, wouldn’t you?
A similar incident happened with a resident of Indore Ketan Vishwakarma when he recently reached out to WittyFeed speaking to the CCO Parveen Singhal. Later then, I came in contact with Manish Kumbhkar through Ketan, who ordered a unit of Redmi Note 4 from Flipkart. The alleged victim Manish Kumbhkar, who paid a total of Rs 12,999 to the online retailer opened up to me in a candid telephonic conversation and told me all what happened. He was happy when his roommate called him, confirming that he has received the package. Nothing was out of the normal but the series of events which took place after that are not at all joyous:
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