As we gear up for the festive season, e-commerce websites have come up with huge discounts and sales on their platform. From clothes, makeup, footwears to gadgets and daily household products, Flipkart has come up with several enticing offers which are proving a treat for shopaholics. Amidst all this, Flipkart has garnered criticism after several disappointed customers expressed their frustration on Twitter. For the unversed, the e-commerce website announced iPhone 13 at as low as Rs 50,000.
Many customers complained that their orders were cancelled. Some also shared that their refunds were taking a long time on orders placed during the ongoing Big Billion Day sale. A few also tweeted that they received fake handsets although their claims could not be corroborated. In no time, hashtags like 'Flipkart Dogla Hai', 'Flipkart is fake' and 'Flipkart Scam' started trending on Twitter. An affected customer said in a tweet: "Booked iPhone 13 during the A Big Billion Day Sale & was eagerly waiting for the delivery. The product was cancelled by the seller/Flipkart without any explanation".
Another iPhone 13 buyer said: "This order was shipped yesterday, supposed to be delivered today. Cancelled at the last minute without my consent".
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