Family Got Victimized By Syndicate Who Are Selling Fake Shampoo
Ringo | On 10, Oct 2017
It has been advised that too good to be true deals are usually fake especially when the identity of the sellers are questionable.
However, people still fall in the traps.
Last Saturday, Vivian Perez, and her neighbors were allured by men selling a branded shampoo. They are offering P1,500 for a box of shampoo. He said they are worth P5,000.00 when bought in the Supermarket.
At first, Vivian said the products were ok. However, it rotted and turned into a porridge-like substance. She and her husband concluded that they are made from cornstarch and water.
Vivian already filed a blotter report for the incident.
The GMA News contacted the brand that owns the packaging. It said it never and will never market its products house to house. Only in Supermarkets and grocery stores.
The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) have already issued a warning about branded products being sold house to house. It said people should be aware of fake products especially when being sold at very low prices.
The DTI has a public assistance desk that hears such complaints.
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