Luv Trendy Reviews: Every day on Facebook, young women receive dozens of targeted ads from a few of the clothing companies in e-commerce that are too good to be true. The deals they promise are unbeatable — a single ad can advertise $9.99, 50 percent off first order and free 24/7. The clothes are trendy and seasonal, and the price tags they wear simply cannot be resisted for thousands of years to see them every day between pictures and status updates of friends. But you know what they’re saying: it is probably if something seems too good to be true.
Although the sales prices are real, not always are the clothes. Go forward and order a 76 percent breaker, but it’s not as described, fit and if it ever happens, it takes months, not 24 hours. And then probably you will not be able, or even contact the company, to return the garment.
SheIn is one of the most popular sites with over 1.5 million followers on Facebook. They are big “accelerated” and “24-hour” pushers, but their shoppers frequently say that these are false commercials. Reviewers claim that if they ever do, their orders will take months to come. In addition, an incorrect tracking number or no number is provided to the customer.