Man orders Sony headphones worth Rs 20,000 from Amazon, receives toothpaste instead..!?

Recently, a hapless amazon customer found themselves ensnared in one of the online platform’s most prevalent scams, where ordering a high-value item results in receiving a vastly inferior product. This disturbing trend has become increasingly common, intensifying concerns about the safety of making expensive purchases online. In a recent and illustrative case, an individual, seemingly a student, who eagerly awaited his sony headphones was instead duped into receiving nothing more than a humble tube of toothpaste. This meager substitute was cleverly concealed within a carefully packed box, eliciting shock across the internet.

The affected customer, yash Ojha, took matters into his own hands and shared a video documenting the step-by-step process of unboxing the amazon parcel, ensuring he had proof of the entire incident. Despite the box appearing genuine, matching the description of sony XB910N Wireless headphones and even containing accompanying documents for added authenticity, the reality was far from expectations.

Upon opening the box and its cover, all that was inside was a small tube of toothpaste. Ojha, using the platform ‘X’ (formerly Twitter), shared the video along with a comment: “Well I ordered sony xb910n and got Colgate lmafao.” In response to the video, amazon issued an apology, stating, “Our apologies regarding the incorrect item of your order. We’d like to help you with this, please update your DM settings & reach out to us via DM. Further, please don’t provide your order/account details over DM as we consider them to be personal information.”

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