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Like the title says.

They advertise images of products on their site, for example a tablet, and the photos (over 14 of them) are of a tablet with curved glass at the side, this goes for phones etc too. However when seeing reviews below (if your lucky enough to see any), you will see a completely different looking decide, chunkier, and not only is it not bezel-less, like the 14 pictures show you, but it actually has MASSIVE bezels, making the devices look over 10 years old.

A second and probably the most pathetic and annoying thing is that they have NO option to contact sellers with important questions regarding any items on their app or site, so you have to click and hope. More like click and be scammed.

Next, is the lack of detail, or the over provision of detail on their descriptions, which is clearly purposeful and deliberate. They will list a tablet for example at £58, falsely advertise it as a device which is either a computer generated prototype or a completely different device, and say, "10.1 inch WiFi 4G blah blah blah..." So they lead customers to believe that's what they are getting. However they will then use the last picture in the album to advertise this "6in no wi-fi" device, with one picture, and make it look out of place. I can't imagine how many people fall for it, but anyone with a brain knows the deceitful tricks.

What I am concerned about is WHY are they allowed to do this and why are they not being punished financially for misleading, deceiving and false advertising over 13 countries around the world. They are raking in millions, in pure gross profit by doing this, if this was on the high street it would be rooted out within months. So because they are wee daft foreigners they get away with it??

I get that wish isn't the distributor, however they know the foundation on and are responsible for maintaining an environment with honest and legal transactions to take place. It's not just one or two stores on wish it's EVERY SINGLE GADGET STORE.

I'd you are from the wish team and replying to this. DO NOT bother slevering any "og we don't false advertise" etc. YOUR SITE and YOUR APP has false advertising, deceit, and misleading information plastered all over it.

If I get no constructive reply or a typical denial scenario. I will be branching this *** out in all directions.

Product or Service Mentioned: Wish Advertisement.

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