Women are getting scammed with cheap clothes on Facebook
"I don't even know what to do with this. It is awful. The quality is so cheaply made," said fashion blogger Brittany Ann Egbert about a piece of clothing she ordered from Rosegal.com.
With professional-looking websites, ultra-discounted prices, free shipping and returns many women just can't resist. But the clothes, which are shipped from China, often times don't come as advertised. And it can generally take weeks or months for the clothes to get delivered.
"It's been two months and I still don't have [my order.] I tried using the tracking number and it's not giving me any information," Felicia from the Ms. Shopaholic Diaries said of an order she placed on Rosegal.com.
Frustrated that their complaints are going unanswered these women are now taking matters into their own hands by posting pictures and sharing videos online to warn others.
Facebook is also jumping in on the fight against the alleged scammers. The social media site says they will do everything they can to address the shady retailers.
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