There have been several negative reports from people lamenting the poor state of courier services in the country. Sometimes, customers complain that their packages have been tampered with among other things.
A Nigerian model identified on Instagram as @smallieee_, recently took to her page to narrate her shocking experience with a courier service.
The model explained in her post that she got an iPhone from the UK and decided to transport the phone to Nigeria through the use of DHL.
According to her, after she had initially paid the sum of N18,000, she received a letter from the company explaining that she had to pay some other dues, amounting to ₦21,632, making the total money she paid for the delivery to be about N40,000.
However, she got the shock of her life when her package finally arrived and she found a pack of pens inside, instead of the phone she was expecting.
“Everything about this country is messed up. Got a brand new iPhone 6s from the UK and decided to bring it down here through DHL while my mates are buying iPhone X,XMax,i decided to cut my coat according to my size,bought what i could afford . I could have used UPS,FEDEX or any other courier service,but i chose DHL thinking they won’t disappoint,they are good and trustworthy.
“After paying ₦18,000 to bring it down here.DHL brings a letter on Monday,8th(the estimated day of delivery) saying i had custom dues and other dues to pay amounting to ₦21,632,that’s about ₦40,000 altogether.
“Just for the package to arrive on Wednesday,10th and instead of seeing an iPhone 6s, Lo and behold it was a pack of blue biro, i know it is very funny.
“This is so unfair and cruel,i don’t know who did this or how it happened . I don’t know anyone,I’m not popular but I just hope justice prevails,i can’t have sleepless nights,gather money for months just for someone to take something that belongs to me. I don’t have a big god o edakun��
“Tracking number is 8034930330.”
See her post below:
In other news, NAIJ.com reported that a fraudulent man has been declared wanted after he used fake naira notes to buy goods worth almost N100,000.
The unidentified scammer, who was wearing a T-shirt, pair of shorts and a black face cap as at the time the incident happened, reportedly dribbled three attendant sales representatives in a Nigerian supermarket in Ajah into believing he paid with N90,000 notes.
He successfully did this with his witty ways and suave moves. It was not until he left that it was discovered that he had paid for his goods with fake money.
However, thanks to the Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) camera present in the shop, the owner of the shop as well as the sales representatives were able to pick on the guy and spot his face.
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