Diwali Many main e-commerce platforms equivalent to Amazon, Flipkart and so forth. have given many presents and reductions to draw prospects.
Now that Flipkart’s Large Diwali sale is over, the corporate has confronted on-line backlash after a Mangalore buyer reported to Flipkart.
Chinmaya Ramana had ordered a gaming laptop computer from Flipkart, however to her shock, she received an enormous stone and a few e-waste as an alternative of the laptop computer.
He had tweeted about this on his Twitter account saying that he ‘regrets shopping for from Flipkart’ and urged others to not store on the e-commerce web site as they are going to really feel “helpless” like him. Nonetheless, the subsequent day, Ramana stated that she had acquired a full refund from Flipkart and that she would proceed to buy on the e-commerce web site.
Chinmaya Ramana additionally connected a video of the laptop computer unboxing in her tweet together with a photograph of the stone and the scraps she discovered.
Guys pls RT this and help https://t.co/FVLrtylZUP
— Pranav Sawant (@VicPranav) October 23, 2022
Flipkart launched the ‘Open Field Supply System’ after a number of complaints of shoppers receiving flawed packages from Flipkart all through the Diwali season. However he stated that this ‘open field supply system’ choice was not given for the product ordered by Ramana. This ‘open field supply system’ allows the shopper to test whether or not the proper objects have been delivered whereas receiving the package deal from Flipkart.
— Chinmaya Ramana (@Chinmaya_ramana) October 24, 2022
This isn’t the first time something similar has happened. Lately, many such complaints have been extensively reported towards e-commerce websites. Panjari Bimanna, a resident of Udnoor in Telangana’s Adilabad district, ordered a Vivo Y83 smartphone at a worth of Rs 6,100 on a preferred e-commerce web site in June, however the firm shocked him by sending him a detergent cleaning soap as an alternative of the smartphone.
And an individual in Bihar ordered a drone digicam from a web-based retailer. However it’s noteworthy that the video he shared that he received a kilo of potatoes went viral on Twitter.