Updated: Oct 10
I have a Tiktok account and as I found myself scrolling, I’ve noticed these crystal mining account where someone is digging out crystals and filling out orders live.
The fakery is real people.
There’s nothing real about the crystals and the orders they claim to be fulling live. And the ones who bought into the scam, most have received nothing or something broken. Nothing from what they thought they were seeing on screen.
Tiktok isn’t good at deleting scam accounts, hence the reason why people go on there and create accounts, knowing they can get away with as much bullshit as they can. As problematic some accounts can be, the misinformation seems to spread faster than the fake accounts themselves.
On top of that, while Instagram is failing miserably at competing with TikTok, they have been drowning timelines with relentless ads which most don’t even apply to me. But one did call my attention and I won’t share the name of the company, but it’s a subscription base box focused on spiritual tools. After reading the reviews, I wasn’t surprised to see the reviews were just as bad as the products they claim to sell as authentic.
Business ideas are being formed day to day. Some ideas make it and some fail miserably. Then you have the in between ones who may have started with good intentions, but some where in the middle, to avoid a large overhead, turn to cheap places to buy products to resell as retail, without a care or thought to the customer purchasing these products. I can’t say enough how important it is to do your research.
Customers aren’t stupid people. Word of mouth can get your far and wide in achieving your goals, but if you’re goals are just reaching point A to point B to attain riches quickly, you won’t be in business for very long and that can also be a word of mouth you don’t want part of, if you want to run an honest business.
Sure, can people make up reviews and make up multiple accounts to make people believe this is the new “it” product, of course they can. You, as the consumer, making purchases, through the “honest” reviews, will eventually find out, if you’re paying a high price for a subscription box containing crystals that aren’t authentic, or receiving broken items and there isn’t a customer support center available to make those replacements and then having a hard time to cancel your subscription, read the fine print.
The fine print isn’t written for your benefit. It’s written for the benefit of the company. That’s why it was so important for me to make Servboxx a non-subscription site so people can buy whatever they want, without the commitment of a month-to-month subscription with products that may just contain more redundancy and nothing left to surprise you. If you ever have any questions about our products, what we sell and it’s authentication, please connect anytime! We are here for you.
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