When an offer seems too good to be true, it is usually because it’s not. This theory was confirmed again after a man from China has ordered an iPhone 6s at a price of 1500 Yuan (the equivalent of about us $230) from an online store. This price is 70% lower than the price in the official Apple retailers in China.
When he opened the box, the man had a huge surprise. Instead of a high-end Apple smartphone, he found a pancake.
It is not the first time when someone was fooled after buying an iPhone. Not long ago, a woman ordered an Apple smartphone and when she opened the box, she found in a clone made by a local brand named Pear.
And these scams don’t just only happen in China. For example, a man in the United Kingdom has ordered a MacBook on eBay at the price of 450 dollars and received just a picture of it in the box. And the list can go on and on with countless cases.