On this blog there is a Facebook widget that leads to my affiliate Facebook page, aptly named Butterfly Obsession.
Recently I’ve received messages from several people asking me about the bracelet they bought and why it hasn’t arrived, or as one guy said he mistakenly bought two (I feel sorry for him) and wanted to cancel one.
I being a wonderful and compassionate human being, replied to all these messages with a; ‘I do not sell bracelets, if you pay attention you will realize that this is a blog page. Also I sell t shirts and leggings via my Teespring store so buy a t-shirt and then I can assist.’ They never seem to respond after this, well one lady said sorry and thanks!
One person was bold enough to send me a link to the site where they made the purchase. Let me tell you if people are so careless with their money online, I understand how scams do so well.
Hello, Yoohooo!!! buy a freaking t shirt then, I’d appreciate the help. Seems like $40 is no big deal to you guys, that’s like a big deal to me, especially with the exchange rate. Anywho…
I am an island girl. I will cuss you at the drop of a hat. I’m learning to be less spicy. Kind of. So with all my experience in customer service I directed them to purchase from my site: teespring.com/stores/harajuku-jfashion-kei?pr=GET10OFF, after pointing out that this is just a blog Facebook page. No bracelets here.
I guess after losing $40 they weren’t in the mood to buy my leggings. Oh well.