The bride was horrified after purchasing a $ 107 wedding dress online to discover that it didn’t look like the pictures when she arrived.
Meaghan Taylor, 23, bought the dress second hand through online retailer Wish for $ 107 ($ 102 CAD), which featured in the photos as a flowing, floor-length lace gown with a heart-shaped neck design.
But Mrs. Taylor was not expecting to find the dress she chose, which she said barely fit her, and she got her legs straight when she put it on.
The mother of a child from Canada, who plans to attend the wedding of her fiancé Keith, 30, shared pictures of herself in the dress online, saying, “In another episode of what we ordered and what we actually got. My face tells you exactly how I feel.”
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“I was amazed at what I received,” Ms. Taylor said in an interview. the sun. “It didn’t look like the picture when I asked for it. I was so sad, but I couldn’t help but laugh.”
Taylor said, after she tried on the dress, she immediately requested a refund from Wish, but claims she has been denied a refund.
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She said, “I asked for my money back.” “But they told me that I needed the original packaging and the box it came in, which I didn’t keep.”
But Mrs. Taylor continued to press for her refund.
“Then I started telling them that this ruined my wedding because I was expecting the dress in the picture,” she said. “Finally, they gave my money back.”
After sharing the photo, she said she hoped some people might be “kicked out”.
The bride is said to be planning to hold her wedding when the coronavirus restrictions are eased.
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