I saw an Instagram advertisement for a dress that I thought was super cute. I purchased the dress and paid via PayPal. The details on PayPal didn’t match their website. It just said "The Seller" and the email was [email protected] On my order receipt the email was [email protected] I clicked on "view your order" from the email confirmation link and their website was down. On December 27th I checked their website again and it was completely different and had home decor. I checked their website and third time on December 27th later that day and it was different AGAIN. They have a fake online storefront that is constantly changing. They take your money and don’t send you any product.

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