So I bought a shirt from [Alhoh.com](https://Alhoh.com). Everything seemed fine until it arrived it was not at all the shirt I had ordered. I immediately emailed the company and never got a response. I wrote them again and the email was returned back to me by Gmail’s mailer daemon. When I went to the website, it could no longer be found (as it remains today). I paid about $50 all together for a really lousy shirt I wouldn’t even gift someone. I took it as a loss.
So I found shirts of a similar style to the one I originally wanted on [Fanyfly.com](https://Fanyfly.com). I bought one and two weeks later, it still hadn’t been shipped. I reached out to company to inquire. That must have triggered something because that same day the shirt was shipped. However I had noticed that in their email response, the customer service agent included a picture of the shirt that was sent to me. Once again, it was not at all the shirt I ordered. I responded explaining that there is a mixup because the picture was not of the shirt I ordered. Customer service responds and says that the shirt I ordered is out of stock so they sent me one that is similar instead. The two shirts are totally different and the one they sent is hideous. I requested that they cancel the order and give me a refund. Customer service told me that in order to get the refund I’ll have to wait for the shirt to arrive then ship it back to China. I told them that was unacceptable as they should have warned me shortly after purchasing the shirt that it was out of stock with an option to receive a refund. They never breathed a word until I contacted them.
I suddenly remembered that I had purchased the shirt from [Fanyfly.com](https://Fanyfly.com) using PayPal. So I filed a dispute against the seller. I then decided that I’d go ahead and do the same thing for the order from [Alhoh.com](https://Alhoh.com). And what do you know? **It’s the exact same seller.** That brought me to the conclusion that my experiences likely weren’t coincidental. I’m convinced that this person or these people set up websites, spend a lot of money on Facebook ads (that’s where I came across both websites), ship out whatever clothes they have around, make a profit, close the shop, rinse and repeat.
For the time being [fanyfly.com](https://fanyfly.com) is still active. I am convinced that they’re making a profit off of people’s reluctance to go through shipping something back to China at their own expense. At best, they wait a month to get a refund. At worst, the refund never comes because they shut the website down and closed the shop. I imagine many people just take it as a loss like I did the first purchase from [Alhoh.com](https://Alhoh.com)
Beware of [Fanyfly.com](https://Fanyfly.com) and really any random online clothing store that pops up in your Facebook ads.
The content was posted by Des_Conocido on 2021-04-27 23:03:53 via reddit