Jordyn Woods became a victim of online scam?
Jordyn Woods might have been famous for being Kylie Jenner’s best friend back in the days. However, the queen is taking care of herself after her breakup with the Kardashians-Jenner family. In 2019, the news of Tristan Thompson allegedly cheating on Khloe Kardashian hit the internet. The rumors said Tristan cheated on Khloe with Kylie’s then-BFF, Jordyn. While the rumors were still rumors, Jordyn took the heat of it and suffered a lot. However, she started doing her own thing, and now she is happy in her life. In fact, Jordyn is all about spreading positivity these days. Even when she probably got herself scammed online.
Jordyn Woods got the wrong order?
Have you ever ordered something online and received a minuscule version of it? Like, you order a dress of your size, and receive a doll-sized dress instead. Well, it happens to many people around the world. And this is something that can be classified as online shopping scam.
If you were not paying attention to the product details when you were ordering it online, then it’s your fault. However, if the seller marketed the product in a way to fool you, then yes, you are a victim of an online scam. Such sellers do not mention the dimensions and size of the product you are ordering, and that’s where things go wrong.
Just a few hours ago, Jordyn Woods shared a picture of an order she just received. Jordyn confirmed she ordered the products a month ago. So, (a) the delivery was delayed and it took a month for it to be delivered. Well, since the courier schedules are still suffering, we can understand the delay. However, (b) the product she received was not in the size she was expecting.
Jordyn Woods had probably ordered mannequins. But she received tiny mannequin-styled candles instead of the actual mannequins.
From her caption, there is a chance that Jordyn Woods ordered the wrong items in a hurry. As otherwise, it would seem like someone scammed her on purpose. And that’s not alright.
Anyways, have you ever been a victim of an online shopping scam? Share your stories in the comments below.