Okrika seller in tears after opening N420k thrift clothes bale, finds rubbish inside

A Nigerian lady has shared her heart-wrenching experience of investing in what she believed to be a bale of high-quality thrift clothes, only to discover a collection of subpar garments upon its arrival.

According to the lady, her journey began with optimism and a dream to venture into the resale business..

With aspirations of offering customers “first grade UK boutique standard dress bale,” she embarked on purchasing a bale for the substantial sum of N420,000.

However, her excitement quickly turned into dismay when she unpacked the contents and found them to be far from the promised quality.

Okrika seller in tears after opening N420k thrift clothes bale, finds rubbish inside

Expressing her disappointment, she lamented the loss of her investment, acknowledging the risk she took.

In her words;

“You took the risk to order first grade UK boutique standard dress bale. They sent rubbish to me. N420k gone but we no dey give up for this side.”

The story quickly gained traction on social media, drawing an outpouring of sympathy and support from netizens.

Netizens Reactions…

@JenJen said; “Can you pls explain the business? I am based in the United States but I am looking to invest the in Nigerian business market.”

@Dee_vine ventures reacted; “Wash iron, sell some 2k some 3k the ones you know are fine get a tailor to recreate something out of it like a restyle and sell higher, anyhow money must be made just try and figure something out. Doh.”

@Bruchybae commented: “Omo, me I wanted to buy just jeans skirt UK bale, the guy convinced me to buy another one, na so I enter one chance with 240k. I nor gree o. I packaged everything n went to his shop in the afternoon.”

@oma love said; “If you are in Anambra take it to uwa mgbede market ring bell, you will sale some in a day, that if you throw away shame.”

@Cap Girl added; “This exact thing ruined my business last year. Took a looong pause and had to restart. I’ll handpick any day! I no mind the profit. Abeg oh.”

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