Added: Tela Lehman - Date: 29.03.2022 18:02 - Views: 22426 - Clicks: 8071
Everyday, young women on Facebook are exposed to dozens of targeted from a handful of e-commerce clothing companies that sound too good to be true. But you know what they say: If something seems too good to be true, it probably is. Reviewers claim their orders take months to arrive, if they ever do at all. Additionally, customers are given an incorrect tracking or no tracking at all. The customer service rep offered me a refund before PayPal forced their hand because they wanted me to change my review. There are plenty of five-star reviews virtually none with two, three or four starsbut they all appear fake.
They list much of their merchandise as final sale to avoid returns, and often offer coupon codes instead of refunds. Review manipulation seems to be occurring here as well. The same repetitive types of five-star reviews are present this time, often mentioning having bought a cardigan for the wifeand many reviewers have claimed the company offered to refund their money or part of it, at least if the customers removed their negative reviews. Play Recently, we came across someone trying to sell this outfit on Facebook, claiming to have never worn it.
She said she had actually purchased it from ROMWE, which means these companies are peddling the same clothes and could even be linked in other ways. Fang told the Observer. We asked why she was opting to sell the garment on Facebook instead of return it.
Fang said. Victoria Trispas, 21, never dared to order from Tobi herself, but has a few friends who have. At least these women all received their orders.
The same cannot be said for many, who have taken to review sites to share their experiences. This is described in this negative YouTube review of Tobi, which has almost 30, views and also details problems with sizing and items that came cheaply made and already damaged.
Reviews for Rose Gal are overwhelmingly terrible. On SiteJabber, the company has more than 1, one-star reviews. Screengrab: SiteJabber Everything said ly regarding fit and quality definitely persists with this company. While many, many reviewers of She In, Tobi and ROMWE claim to have never received their clothes, it seems that an truly overwhelming majority of reviewers of RoseGal have faced this issue.
Nearly every reviewer mentions never receiving their order. But where they really blow, it seems, is with customer service. Some of the women we spoke to brought this up as well. These customers also bring up the trendy clothes, the beautiful photos and the websites that are young, fresh and simple to navigate. And the sales, oh the sales! RoseGal, Tobi, ROMWE and She In are wooing potential customers by bombarding them withtelling them they have everything they want at prices they can actually afford.
These companies are some of the most popular doing this, but they are not the only ones. There appears to be a large trend of companies of this sort using targeted Facebook to exploit millennial women looking for fashionable clothes at affordable prices. Many reviewers claim to have reported the companies discussed to the FTC, but the FTC has not returned our request for information regarding complaints and investigations of the companies.
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