If you happened to have ordered something from an online store, you probably know already how the sellers often post awesome photos of the item they are selling, but you end up receiving something that’s entirely different from the pictures.
Now, AliExpress is online retail service based in China. It is owned by Alibaba. Just like many online shops, a lot of sellers on AliExpress post great photos of the items they sell, but buyers realize the items actually being sold just drew inspiration from the model photos on the ad.
Andreea Patriche knew about this. So, when she went shopping for a dress and found a really cheap item that looked fantastic, she knew she had to ask the seller for real pictures of the dress instead of stock photos.
What he sent her would soon make a lot of netizens swoon…
“I found a shop that sold prom dresses and wedding dresses so I asked for real photos rather than stock photos and the seller sent me these (photos) of him trying them on,” Patriche shared on Reddit.
A lot of netizens were impressed at the level of dedication this Chinese seller had in providing the customer with the requested photos. After all, he tried several of the bejeweled backless chiffon dresses, making sure to pose for the photos to highlight the dress’ good qualities. He even posted the appearance of the nearly backless dress.
“If I was in need of a dress right now, I would buy from him. That type of service is worth paying more for,” one wrote.
Others pointed out that she needs to buy at least of the dresses. That’s still quite a good deal since the gown only costs $101 – and Patriche already thought that was quite cheap.
Excellent seller, eh?