Women have different priorities when it comes to Eid-ul-Adha shopping than men, the craze of shopping for women’s clothes is never ending. While the designers seem less enthusiastic about this Eid, women don’t.
With time e-commerce has evolved majorly in Pakistan, making it easier for people to get direct access to things they want on the click of a mouse.
For some people shopping is not as enjoyable as it is for the rest and you can simply choose something online and just wait for the parcel to arrive, paying cash on delivery has played another great role in building people’s trust on online shopping websites.
Today for a brand to be successful and to compete with their competitors, it is a necessity to offer an online shopping solution to their customers. One can shop anything from grocery to high end designer outfits from the comfort of their home.
3G and 4G services have increased the number of Pakistani internet users and this number is expected only to grow further in the near future.
If you’re ever uncertain about being scammed, here’re a few tips you can keep in mind when shopping online:
If you’re shopping through a facebook page, always check customers review on the page, if you see a lot of negative reviews you want to steer clear.
Almost every website nowadays offer you the option to pay cash when your item is delivered, opt for it and check your items when you receive them.
Check for a refund/replace policy in case a dispute arises before you place your order. If none is mentioned ask for one.
If you’re buying something like makeup products or anything with an expiry date, try to analyze the number of users that site has through their facebook page. The more users they have the more frequent their stock is updated.
So these were my tips for Online Shopping in Pakistan, keep them in mind to avoid any unpleasant experiences.