Abuja, March 15, 2019 A cross section of people who patronise online shops and e-commerce
have expressed different feelings over the new trend as more Nigerians embrace Information Communication Technology (ICT)
the sellers deliver to me at my doorstep.’’
also commended operators of e-commerce marketing, saying that for her as a student, the system was just convenient for her.
she found the trend rewarding.
She added that “like some clothing items I bought on black Friday sales, ordinarily they would go for twice the price I paid for when the sale was on.
“Online marketing is cheaper and safer, you can stay in your house and order something and the sellers would deliver at your convenience.
“The most important thing is that a customer should find out more about what he or she is placing order for. There is the need for customers to choose size and colours for items ordered.’’
e-commerce and would not bother going there again.
the delivery man refused to change it and asked me to put up formal complain.
buying things from food items to household materials.
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