November 28, 2022

Janice De Belen Airs Frustration After “Nabudol” by Scammer Online Seller

Veteran actress Janice De Belen vents frustration online after being “nabudol” by a scammer online seller.

The award-winning actress expressed her dissatisfaction with the purchase she made from an online merchant. She said in an Instagram post that a well-known online retailer shipped her the incorrect item.

Even more shockingly, it contained “dirty dripping wet item,” to which Janice vented her annoyance in an all-caps Instagram post with a picture of the package’s contents.

Omg!!! Today I received my package!!! And to my surprise, I got this dirty dripping-wet item! I don’t even know what it is!!! But this isn’t what I bought!!,” Janice said in her post.

“Tried messaging the seller but no answer! @shopee_ph I hope you can do something about budol issues like this! Guys beware!” she added.

Arlene Muhlach, another actress who remarked on the matter, shared a similar experience with the internet store where Janice made her purchase. Arlene disclosed that after being a victim of online seller fraud, she removed her account from the platform.

It appears from Janice’s most recent Instagram post on November 20 that the online shopping site has taken action in response to her complaint. Janice expressed her gratitude to the online store’s customer support for their prompt assistance.

“THANK YOU VERY MUCH @shopee_ph CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR YOUR QUICK ASSISTANCE!!! MUCH APPRECIATED😊😊😊,” said Janice.

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