Is it Christmas already? The
tempting 4-letter word SALE is flooding the metro! Good news indeed? Yes. But bad news is, how about those who are stuck to their own offices on weekdays and only have the weekends to say like, run errands and do not have extra time to shop? Others may seem to do so, they brave the unbearable traffic plus packed malls.. but is it really worth it? You say retail therapy, at the end of the day, was it, really?
To end those shopping woes, it's not new to everyone how online shopping seems to be an alternative. Nowadays, people can enjoy their shopping in the comfort of their own home with the help of the mighty internet. We don't have to tolerate long queue up in busy shops and we can buy almost any product imaginable with just a few clicks of our mouse. In the past, a lot of people were reluctant to shop online. I can attest to that. Most of us were worried about the security entering our credit card details on the net. But with the continuous development of internet, these worries have begun to disappear.
Cheaper prices are also offered by online sites and the delivery of the goods is also becoming a competition for some. The faster you deliver, the more customers you get. Sound so perfect isn't it? But then looking at the other side of the coin, is online shopping advantageous?
Yes you may have hassle-free transactions, but how about the quality of the goods you're getting? Remember too that you cannot check the goods beforehand. I am very particular with this, who wouldn't be right? Maybe that's why I have to make sure that I am already familiar with the item or I ended up buying the trivial things. Do not let photos deceive you, research research research! It will save you a lot of time and money! If you get poor quality products, then it's either you return and have it exchanged (which obviously forfeits the benefits of online shopping) for it will cause you more delay plus the hassle, ugh!
Trusted sellers is also my ultimate factor when I shop online. You are lucky if you've found one. Meaning, seller only doesn't accommodate you beforehand but is also excellent in after sales. I can attest Digital Traincase for that. Entrepreneur Sol has made a name for herself and has established a good reputation. Not only does she sells authentic , mostly US products, she also knows how to attend to her customers personal needs. Imagine having a personal stylist? I see her as that. She is so good knowing what suits her clients most and what I love about her is that she won't give you false hopes. She may be occupied at most times, but be very assured she knows how to handle customers well. I wasn't surprised that she has a lot of loyal and I say a huge market up to date.
You can visit her site here. If you still haven't tried shopping online, I highly suggest you give her shop a try. Secure and fast transaction. All you have to do is sign up for a multiply account. I recently purchased 15 pieces of eos lip balms from her and was glad that it arrived on time. She even informs if there will be any delay of shipping from US. My lip balms were gone in 60 seconds. Most of them I sent as gifts and now I have to pre-order I think!
|organized and detailed. I bet you wanna click that SALE button there.|
|those non- highlighted items means items are out of stock at the moment|
|lovely swatches. |
Sol tests her products on to herself, so she really knows what she is selling..
quality wise, best-sellers, etc...
|instructions that are always to be read, not to be ignored.|
don't be a lazy bum so that you'd know the terms and the what not.
|safety protection seal!|
So does shopping online appeals to you? Perhaps yes for you don't have much people getting in your way
especially during SALE periods and enjoy it's simplicity and hassle-free activity in the comfort of your own crib. Or still prefer to go down a store and totally ditch the agony of waiting for shipping?
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