Is the Wish App Legit or a Scam: The Real Reasons Why It's so Cheap

Updated on February 14, 2019
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Katy tests money-saving apps to find ones that are legitimate, easy-to-use, and effective to share with readers.

Is Wish Legit?

The Wish shopping app features crazy low prices on a lot of fashion items and accessories for men and women.

So, what's the catch?

Shopping on Wish is risky. It's hard to know if the products are genuine until you order and receive them.

Wish is as legit as Amazon and eBay. The company is real and there are real people selling products on the site.

But since the sellers on Wish are located all over the world (but mostly in China), shipping takes longer, and product quality is lower. Just follow these tips to understand where the products you order comes from so that you know what to expect before checking out a shopping cart.

Where Do the Products on Wish Come From?

Look at where the stuff on Wish comes from and you'll understand why the prices are so low. Wish is a mobile shopping site that connects buyers directly to individual merchants selling merchandise made in Chinese factories.

Unlike most online shopping experiences, where you buy from a retailer, an item from Wish comes directly from the factory. There are no middlemen, which means lower prices and less quality-control.

The Reason Stuff Is so Cheap on Wish

There's no middleman, no brick-and-mortar store, no employees restocking shelves, and no advertising money spent promoting a single shopping site. The savings go directly to the customer.

But there are some downsides to this stripped-down model. Read on!

Are Wish Products Fake?

The website and the app are definitely real: You order something, pay with your credit card, and the items will get delivered (eventually). But are the products offered fakes?

Wish doesn't sell many brands that are available in the United States. You'll find knock-offs of common brands. The quality is definitely lower than items in other stores or shopping sites, but if you're willing to take the chance, Wish can be a great value.

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Cons of Shopping on Wish.com

Women's Clothing

The sizing is a gamble when ordering from Wish. Look at customer product photos and reviews to get a good idea of what size you should order.

Material and stitching is definitely cheap but can be appropriate for certain casual items. Sweaters, hoodies, and accessories make good Wish buys when you don't need the highest quality.

I tried ordering two tops from Wish. They were much more sheer than they looked in the picture. The V-neck peasant blouse I purchased was way too big. The other was a white long-sleeved shirt that looks okay but is made of cheap, breathable material. I learned to not order clothing to wear to work and stick to the casual or novelty items.

Is Personal Data Safe on Wish.com?

One of the biggest concerns some users have about Wish.com is that the site displays full user names on the profiles linked to wish lists. This means that your wish lists aren't private and any items you put on your lists show your real name.

In its privacy policy Wish.com says that they collect information about customers in two ways:

  • When customers sign up and purchase products Wish.com asks for name, email address, payment method information, shipping address, phone number, and social media account credentials.
  • Wish.com collects other data automatically, including your computer's IP address, location information (they say they ask for customer permission before obtaining specific GPS data), social network profile data, the browser you use, usage data including where you click and how much time you spend on pages.

With these things in mind Wish.com appears to be as safe for personal data as any other shopping site, and all sites can potentially be hacked.

Pros of Shopping on Wish.com

Legit Electronics from Wish

Purchasing electronics from Wish is hit or miss. Expect the audio quality from speakers or earbuds to be poor. Cables, like USB or HDMI, will work but they might not be as robust or last as long as their more expensive counterparts. A flash drive or storage device from Wish will also work as promised, which can be a great way to get cheap data storage. Bluetooth is also surprisingly reliable.

I recently received a pair of noise-cancelling Bluetooth headphones from Wish. While the sound quality isn't spectacular, the Bluetooth always connects and it's great to have when traveling or going for walks. Pretty good for $10.

Many of the electronics you buy in the U.S. come from Asian countries anyway, so the products don't differ too much. Think twice before buying anything that requires customer support, however, like a tablet or a smartwatch.

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Beware of Deceptive Product Photos and Descriptions on Wish.com

There are going to be sacrifices in the order process when you buy directly from any factory. Though they cost more, the US-based retail stores serve an important purpose as middlemen to smooth the way for the customer.

Skipping the retailer entirely leaves the potential for a few drawbacks:

  • Mislabeled items
  • Wrong sizing in clothes
  • Inaccurate descriptions and photos of products
  • Poor customer service

Most of the time the customer receives exactly what they paid for from Wish. This requires that the item from the factory matches the description and pictures of the item in the app, which can be difficult in translation to English. Order from Wish often enough and eventually the product you ordered in the app will turn out to be slightly different than the item that shows up in your mailbox.

What About You?

What was your experience shopping on Wish like?

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How to Avoid Getting Scammed on Wish

Read Reviews Carefully!

The best way to avoid being disappointed by products sold on Wish.com is to do your research before purchasing. Read through customer reviews. Look at photos that other customers have posted of the product they actually received. Users can also leave star ratings for merchants, but these aren't as useful as written descriptions and photos.

It takes some work to have a good experience with Wish.com. Since it's a global marketplace, customers and merchants are located all over the world. Product descriptions and reviews may be written by people whose English is not fluent. Find as much information as you can about the product you're interested in and its merchant before purchasing.

Some Drawbacks to Shopping on Wish.com

Shipping Takes Forever

The number one complaint about shopping on Wish is that items can take several weeks to arrive. Some might show up within five to seven days, but other orders may take a month to arrive.

Inconsistent Clothing Sizes

Clothes sizes on Wish is another issue. Asian and American sizing don't translate well and this is made worse by the fact that most Chinese factory-made items do not carry a size label. Customers that shop for clothes on Wish are often left wondering whether the "medium" they ordered, but which was small enough to fit a child, is really an "extra small" or just a factory mistake.

Poor Customer Service

The other downside of buying from a foreign factory is the customer service support is not very strong. With a retailer between you and the factory, the customer service experience is a lot better for the customer because that retailer has a reputation to uphold. The out-of-country factory has less direct stake in keeping you happy so it's up to Wish to communicate between the customer and the factory. This can lead to a lot of frustration from customers.

Making Returns on Wish.com

If you do get an item that differs from the item you ordered, is it possible to return the item to Wish for a refund? Yes, returns are possible, but they are not very easy.

Wish does offer returns and refunds, but they don't refund the initial shipping cost (usually pretty low) and you can expect to deal with a clunky customer service process.

How to Make a Return on the Wish App

Initiate a return to Wish through the app. You will message back and forth with customer service and they will send you a shipping label to return the item. Wish does not list a phone number so it is hard to contact someone directly. There is also no obvious option to escalate the customer service concern to someone else if the rep is not satisfying your concerns.

My Terrible Experience Trying to Return an Item

In my experience Wish is very good about issuing refunds, but the return process isn't friendly, as I unfortunately discovered first-hand. I bought a PAX 3 vaporizer as a Christmas present, hoping to get a deal. But the product that arrived was a clear knock-off, so I initiated a return. I was allowed 60 days to return the item but the customer service rep stalled and ignored me for long enough that the 60 days vanished. I had no option other than to say good-bye to that $85.

With the low cost of items on Wish, it seems like they make the return process difficult so most people will choose to eat the cost of a $3 item instead of fighting customer service.

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Buying Wish Items for Resale

Since Wish is essentially a distributor you could make a good profit by buying cheap items and then reselling them. This is usually done through a drop shipping website. Another online option is using an Ebay store.

If you use Wish as a source for reselling you'll have better results if you add some value to the item in the process. Otherwise, your customers can just buy directly from Wish.

How do you add value?

Any way that you can reduce the risk for the customer will be adding value. You can take more accurate photos and post them so buyers are more informed.


Other Money-Saving Apps

Shopping on Wish isn't the only way to save money with your phone. A few other Asian bargain apps like Geek are on the market.

Cash reward apps will give you a percentage of your purchase back from major retailers. Drop is one example, read the Drop review before downloading.

Apps like Ibotta and Checkout 51 work a little differently. After you scan your receipt they give you cash back on certain grocery items.

Wish vs. eBay

The same cheap, fast-fashion clothing items from China can be found on eBay too. So what's the difference?

The eBay sellers with similar items usually have slightly higher prices so they can still make a profit after paying eBay's fees. They may also charge a bit more for shipping because they don't have the ability to do bulk shipping orders like Wish.

But a transaction on eBay is easier to dispute if you run into problems as a buyer. Also, the item descriptions tend to have more information, letting you get a better idea before you purchase.

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      Mendelt 

      46 hours ago

      Ordered a reversing camera. No parts list. No installation instructions. Some cabling appears to be missing. No brand name no model number so cannot search anything online. Their support appears to be a robot and no real response to requests. Although they have a returns policy appears to be no way that one can actually do it.

      All in all a great waste of money and time

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      Lori 

      3 days ago

      I ordered a wireless security camera and am very happy with the results. The video quality is nice the voice/speaker quality is okay. I love that I get alerts on my phone. I also purchased knowing that for the price I got it for that I should not have high hopes. It is coming from China and it does have to go through customs so the 10 day wait was not bad at all. We are very happy with the purchase so we are ordering the same camera again. One for the front and garage! Just keep your expectations in check and you should be fine.

      Happy Wish Customer

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      Sarah-Leigh 

      4 days ago

      If you're so naive to order anything from China, then I can't help you.

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      Ann 

      4 days ago

      Terrible scam no items are what they say. The 11.6 tablets are 10.1 x 7. The drones are banned on eBay, Facebook, etc. they are garbage. I paid for 4 laptops they show delivered. They weren’t. And been getting reports of spying in my accounts. Serious fraud. No way to contact them

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      GokselKirica 

      6 days ago

      Someone bought a $60 Nvidia Gtx 1050 Ti and received a graphics card that is 5 generations older. We need to have a little video talk where sellers present our item and if we do not receive the same item just refund.

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      Robp144 

      7 days ago

      I noticed that someone wrote, “And to those of you who claim that you were scammed and the item wasn't what the listed claimed...Get real...” This happens often especially with jewelry. Stores will write diamond when it is not a diamond. They will write sona when it is not a sona. They will write 925 silver when it is only plated. They will use descriptions that are totally dishonest. Not all the stores, but a good number of them. I have bought several rings that claim “solid 925 silver” or “solid rose gold” only to find after testing that it is not solid but plated. They will lie. The problem is wish will not hold them accountable. The same jewelry listed dishonestly are still listed and they are still selling scammed jewelry. Nothing ever gets done about it. As far as other items like faucets or water purifying systems, these I have not had problems with. Just Jewelry.

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      Robp144 

      7 days ago

      Hey Simona. You were asking about a refund. If you wait too long the window for a refund will be closed. I believe it’s 30 days. If you are within the 30 days go to your history and click on the item you want refunded. At the bottom of the page it will say contact support. Click on that. A new page will open with the automated wish assistance. If it knows you recieved the item it will ask you to select a response. Choose the correct response. Another choice of responses will open and choose the one that matches what you want to accomplish. If the item was only a few dollars they probably just automatically issue a refund. It will ask if you want cash refund or wish dollar refund. If the cost was substantial they will show you how to send the product back. They will mail you a destination sticker to place on your package. Keep in mind that you must pay your for your own shipping back to the destination.

      If this does not work, go to history, click on the item, not contact support, when the product picture opens use the symbol next to the heart that opens your email service. When your email opens, put to: support@wish.com. The link will appear in your text box. Below the link write that you are having problems with you history and you wish to get a refund on the above link. They will email back to follow the process I explained above. Just let them know that the process is not working and you need help. They will eventually try to resolve the problem. So try these steps and see what happens. It can be tough to get through their pre-written email responses. A few tries and you can.

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      simona 

      7 days ago

      How do you get a refund from wish. I am having difficulty with returning. Any suggestions?

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      Crystel Dorney 

      7 days ago

      I have 2 of the worst experiences with the wish app. 1st was the items listed on the app would have a buy at one price but charged my account a different price when I went to customer support I kept getting the same automated message over and over. I even had screen shots of the items and they still wouldn’t refund the difference so I ended up having to go to my paypal account and disputed the difference and sent them the same information I sent to wish customer support and they ruled in my favor. 2 now wish has blocked my account and I have wish cash that was from a refund after 60 days they issued back to me in wish cash. It’s money that is owed to me it came out of my account but now I can’t use it. I keep sending messages to customer support and I keep getting the same automated message over and over I say it sure feels like Déjà vu

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      Katy Medium 

      8 days ago from Denver, CO

      Hi Essie, I didn't think to look at essential oils on Wish, what a good idea :)

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      Essie 

      8 days ago

      Lavender essential oil for $1 plus $1 shipping. Hard to beat that. Liked the fact it uses PayPal as I never put CC info online.

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      Joe M 

      9 days ago

      The truth is the Wish company has taken thousands of people's money since May according to BBB. They even scammed my daughter. A class action lawsuit is being filed. So AVOID the Wish company unless you want to watch your money vanish without receiving a product. SCAM.

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      Sylvie Thompson 

      11 days ago

      It takes forever. Then they send you email ‘have you received. When they know they haven’t delivered. After which, they ask you to wait some more. Total shitshow. Do not purchase!

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      Jennifer Bell 

      11 days ago

      It's not safe, it's a gamble. I never received an item and they refuse to refund you for it, so you are out money for nothing. They say they have a Wish Guarentee " We have your back! You never have to worry when you shop on Wish". But that is a lie, they will take your money and give you nothing in return. Not worth the risk. Thanks to Brylle Ian in

      Wish Customer Support for the nothing I bought.

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      Portland Barbie 

      11 days ago

      The reason for the large shipping windows has nothing to do with Wish, or the sellers on there (fyi, most.of these sellers are on Amazon selling the same items). It's a direct result of the import regulations of the US Customs office. I've been using Wish for over 3 years now, and have never had to wait the full time period to get any of my items.

      They provide these long shipping dates to cover their own butts since, as a result of the majority of the sellers shipping from China, there is a risk that the shipping container containing your "name brand" item at 95% off msrp (seriously, who's really to blame for being scammed-them or the moron who thinks they've found some mecca for name brand discounts?) might end up being one of the remarkably few shipping containers singled out for a visual inspection. And when the container is stuffed to the gills with those small packages in their grey plastic wrapping it's easy to see how having to go through every single item one by one and comparing them to the printed shipping manifest might end up causing an extended delay.

      And gods-forbid if John Schmoe's $5 sex toy or clearly-not-name-brand-name-brand-at-a-steal item doesn't show up when expected as a result. Cause it's our right as consumers to demand a refund if an event completely out of the control of some ma & pop store in rural china doesn't show up when expected.

      Yes, there have been some questionable practices enacted (claiming an item's "free" only to increase the shipping fee so it ends up with a higher overall cost, inflated shipping rates in general, bundling a completely unrelated item in with a extremely low cost only to have the item pictured be list at a higher cost or marking down the cost on a single size and color so the displayed cost of the item ends up as misleading) but by spending some attention to what you're actually purchasing, and what the actual cost is, mixed with some frugality and a sprinkling of common sense, and it's no different than an afternoon at your local swap meet or flea market.

      And to those of you who claim that you were scammed and the item wasn't what the listed claimed, or your package ended up damaged/missing parts? Get real, wish has the easiest refund system in place-it's fully automated and is so simple that the more unsavory types out there are capable of abusing it to the point of wish needing to script in a limit to the number of items refunded vs the number of items purchased and reviewed . . .

      Nowadays everything is caveat emptor, and if you fail to keep that in mind the only one at fault is yourself.

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      Star 

      12 days ago

      Wish is a scam! Products are generally NOT as described. Clothing misrepresented. Wall art, clocks etc sent with missing pieces or entirely incorrect pieces. Learned my lesson the hard way. Stick with Zulilly, Wayfair. Much more reliable. Easy returns.

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      Tiny t 

      13 days ago

      I paid for 2 items on Wish that I never received. Customer service said ‘someone’ said they were delivered already so there was “nothing they could do”. And their policy does not allow for refunds if your items are not delivered so beware. The prices may be cheap but you may not get anything at all.

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      Buffalo 

      2 weeks ago

      Rubbish .ordered 2 tshirts,3 sizes too small.quality rubbish.got rid of app of my phone.you get whay you pay for.

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      Robp144 

      2 weeks ago

      It is true. Some things are very cheap while others not so much. I have found that the really cheap stuff is substandard quality. You get what you pay for. Other items may not be cheap. As one commenter said, check around. You need not pay attention to the price that has been struck through. All that means is that a person can buy an item like that up to that price depending on size or quality. The better something is made the more the cost. Remember, wish contracts with sellers who generally do not have high quality merchandise. Do your home work. Compare the item to Amozon or Walmart. You will find that the cost is within a two or three dollar range difference. That being so, do you want to spend money on shipping if you can get the same item locally at basically the same cost? Often it is not a similar item, it is the same item. A RO system I bought on wish was about $50 cheaper than here in the US. Even with shipping I still saved $40. I bought a couple of sink fauctes. Including the cost of shipping I saved about $45. I noticed that most kitchen items can be sold here for just as little or just as much. That’s why I say not to pay attention to the price that has been struck through. It really means nothing. It’s there to distract. You may think you are getting a huge discount but in reality not so.

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      Mr Horse 

      2 weeks ago

      I dont trust this company i ordered something and i did not receive it they said i can refund the money and they will put it back in my debit card account but until now still waitng for my refund .

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      goz 

      2 weeks ago

      dont think everything is super cheap because it is not, some things are some arn't u must shop around & know your price before you buy on wish otherwise u will pay to much(u must also considre the shipping cost) on the whole im happy with the site but u just need to be aware of prices & shipping costs & sometimes slow post,but it does always seem to come.

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      Robp144 

      2 weeks ago

      A promo code is a discount promotion.

      After you collect items in your cart and before you finalize your purchase there is a box on the cart page that says enter promo code. Below that box it says view available coupons. Select that and it takes you to a page where you might have coupons worth from 5 to 50 percent discounts. Select which discount you want. It will appear in the box on the cart page and will automatically calculate your cost. Things to remember about promo codes. You keep them only for a limited time. If you use one but change your mind about the purchase you lose the promo code. The 50% off codes depend on how many items you buy. If you buy one item it may only give you 5-10% discount. The more items in your cart the higher the discount. 50% discounts are also limited up to $100. So if you buy $300 worth of products dont expect a $150 discount. If you use a code but change your mind and enter a different code, you lose the original code you entered. Codes can be used on already dicounted items. However, codes cannot be used on items where you have a short time to shop for half off items. You will know when that comes up. It will tell you that you have so many minutes to purchase half off items. If you let the time lapse you will be returned to the regular home page. I think that’s it. I don’t recall anything else about promo codes.

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      Keitumetse 

      2 weeks ago

      What is a promo code

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      Amalia 

      2 weeks ago

      I love it i didn't use it yet but i don't know if it's actually free.

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      Cozyotter 

      3 weeks ago

      My account was loaded with someone else’s name and address. They ask for your payment first and charge it. Then when I saw the address was wrong and tried to change it, the site wouldn’t allow me. No way to cancel the order. I’m now working with PayPal to cancel. The site is a scam

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      Robp144 

      3 weeks ago

      Yes. It is written in their policy not to allow negative reviews to be seen publicly. Yet they want you to partly base your decision to purchase on those reviews. How can you when they don’t allow the bad reviews. You cannot truely make an informed decision. Your purchase is a gamble.

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      Jesus Christ of Cincinnati 

      3 weeks ago

      Wish is actually not legitimate. Look at all the reviews of 100 random items or one million if you like. You will NOT find a single truly believe review. They will post the ones where the customer lists some tiny detail(s) that they were unhappy with but only if it then says something like "but over all a good deal". You will never find a negative review of anything on the site so they obviously just delete them. I would recommend avoiding this app completely but in any event.

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      Alfred E. Newman 

      3 weeks ago

      They make there money by using third party “ in my case Email experts” charging $42 to let you change a password. They have other seemingly legit sites that charge hourly fees just to talk over solutions to problems that wish has set up to scam us all!

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      Anne-Marie Barnes 

      4 weeks ago

      items not received 1st $ 43.00 cosmetic and patches and 2nd auto cleaner for leather and plastic , never again will delete everything from

      this site is a scam ,the pity they have my credit card but I will have to

      cancel

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      Mayank Pathak 

      4 weeks ago

      do not buy anything from wish. Come,, it will never ever come

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      Sheetal 

      4 weeks ago

      Entirely true. Wish people are cheaters. No response and updation and material does not get delivered in even two months. Cancellation can be done in specified time only even if you do not receive the product.

      CHEATERS CHEATERS

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      Amanda 

      4 weeks ago

      Sorry but not all of this is true. The second poll only had 2 options. I have received several refunds and as long as it's a cheaper item, they've simply given me a refund- no return necessary. I've ordered from Wish for several years now and overall I get amazing deals on a LOT of really great stuff. Also, you don't have to have your full name shown on your profile... And yeah, you gotta be patient - an average of 2 to 3 weeks unless you pay for "express shipping" (Do you actually believe you're gonna be receiving something in 2 days when you paid ONE DOLLAR for shipping..?)

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      Nancy 

      4 weeks ago

      Huge rip off!!! Stole my money !!! Never AGAIN!!!

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      Neil 

      4 weeks ago

      Complete rip off They steal your money I will never use again

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      Bill Smith 

      4 weeks ago

      Well yes the stuff is cheap but hey the price on the stuff is great so I recommend wish

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      David Green 

      4 weeks ago

      Why does the shipping take so damn long ??? you're knock-off items are so cheap....

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      JungleBoy 

      5 weeks ago

      I’ve ordered a bunch of stuff from Wish (in Australia). Shipping has varied. Sometimes a couple of days, other times a couple of weeks. But always arrived eventually. Unfortunately all the name brand clothes I’ve ordered have been clear fakes. The team at Wish have on all occasions provided a speedy response, including a full refund (I haven’t had to return the item). On the downside, these retailers are still on the site selling the same fake stuff. The same has applied to copy electronics. While not marked as another brand, but a copy, the delivered products have been of such low quality that they’ve all gone straight in the bin or broken soon after arrival. This probably isn’t the fault of wish. Overall, I’ve found the service and delivery good. However, unless wish clamp down on counterfeit goods being sold, the site will lose customers. Unless you’re into buying cheap knock-off products

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      Hosea 

      5 weeks ago

      Do not waste your hard earned money on cheap low quality products

      they are not genuine, nor high quality like that one you first see in the ad

      Compare photos from the reviews

      to the one you first seen in the ad

      You will see notice the diffrence in quality genuiness and appearence

      Good Luck people.

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      Neenah 

      5 weeks ago

      Listen what are you an employee of Wish? We are not complaining about the prices it's the shipping, for example, buy $40 Dollars worth of items and the shipping will be $60 and when they send whatever they want not what you order it's stealing and wish must pay for throwing vendors at us that rip us off and make us pay to send back to china if we want to exchage and then pay for the shipping back to me. if that's not a rip off what is? If I pay you and I do not get what I paid for to me it's a rip-off. Easy refund? bullshit, it's ironic that a communist country who has called us money hungry and capitalist is just as money hunger or worse,, their greed in wish will be something known to everyone eventually. There are even videos from all over the world for being ripped off by wish and you say it's legit, then again no wealthy company here in the U.S. was created and made their billions on honesty. when we order they send things that are not what they show, that is lying where I come from. And they still don't want to part with our American money which they love and are greedy for. Yes, wish might be legal as amazon as you say but how dare you compare because wish is a rip off Amazon isn't they just have some incompetent people in customer service that are stupid but their quality is what they say it is not a picture with a thousand lies

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      Tess 

      6 weeks ago from Hawaii

      From my experience with Wish, if you are ordering to the United States, then it should be there soon.

      I personally have never ordered any form of electronics from them as I hear their SD cards may not always provide to storage amount they claim to be.

      But as far as clothing and backpacking things go, I've received my items generally before the expected delivery date.

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      Zaria 

      6 weeks ago

      has anyone ordered off of wish and had an item not come on the date provided? i ordered an sd card that should have been here on 65/19 its now 6/7/19. i tracked it and it says "Arrive at the "United States" level two processing center". anyone know what that means or if i will ever get my item?

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      Robp144 

      6 weeks ago

      I have gotten everthing I have ordered. That has not been a problem for me. Mine are about getting down to the truth of the description. Their descriptions and ads do not match up sometimes so you need to watch for that. If you read their policy, they will not post negative comments on items. Yet they say to use the comments as a barometer for information. How can you do that when it is biased? There descriptions are unfinished. Compare to aliexpress.com which has the same items and they have full descriptions. They cost a little more but I trust them more than wish, especially when buying jewelry. You cannot get the truth on most jewelry items on wish. Even the more costly ones I still do not trust. I stopped buying Jewelry from Wish. Every piece I bought was for resale and I took all of them down from my site. I will not resell it because they do not tell you the truth.

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      Suzanne 

      6 weeks ago

      Arrived after four months!! Wrong Size, wrong style , crap material. seams on one blouse not lined up and thread did not catch so big open gap under armpit area. pointless trying to return

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      Tess 

      6 weeks ago from Hawaii

      I've ordered quite a few things on Wish. Mainly clothes. I always check out the reviews before purchasing and remember that the price doesn't include shipping. It's still cheap and I'm happy with my items since I'm not looking to buy anything fancy.

      Great article!

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      Danielle Lincoln 

      6 weeks ago

      I've ordered clothing on wish, and wasnt happy with it. So selected the item and got my money back.

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      surrey 

      7 weeks ago

      i baught a watch from wish and it was to arrive over a week or so ago and i have not got it

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      Bobbie Foster 

      7 weeks ago

      When should I expect to receive my order I have not received any information on the website

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      Rob 

      8 weeks ago

      idiots couldn't process (three) orders within thier stated timeframe, claiming 'payment issues' however other orders processed simultaneously no problem, no problem whatsoever with the payment method provided to them, so I say cancel all unprocessed orders immediately,they don't seem to wanna do that though, claim they need additional cc information, fuck that!!!!!

      Stick with amazon, eight years never had any type of problems......

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      Chuck Blue 

      8 weeks ago

      I was invoiced via PayPal from wish for items that I didn't order.

      PayPal reimbursed me the full amount.

      I notified wish that I had not ordered the items, yet, they were delivered to me. Very peculiar indeed.

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      Patti 

      8 weeks ago

      Can someone tell me how the price goes from $3 to $12 and WHY IS SHIPPING ALMOST ASHIGH AS THE TOTAL ORDER PRICE?!?!?!

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      Kerny 

      2 months ago

      I ordered 13 items in Feb 2019 and have received only 7.This us May.Dont use WISH...

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      Dan 

      2 months ago

      The price changes as your enter your order. One item went from $3 to $12. I change the size and color but the price stayed up. No reason except to steal.

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      Tappa31 

      2 months ago

      What people don't understand that the counterfeit goods from China can also help fund criminal activity and gangs in China. For me it is alway best to stay away from sellers from China. I stay away from 'Wish' and sites that promote these kind of goods. Stick to the good old fashioned local retailer.

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      Mary Jo 

      2 months ago

      I purchase stuff about a month-and-a-half ago I have not received any of it you told me how to check to see where it was and when I went on there there was no history of I was even there. So they took my money and I have nothing!

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      Eric 

      2 months ago

      Mine's been a mixed bag. Art supplies have been of the expected quality and work well. Some arrive quickly, some take forever, but it's never a problem and I expect that. Quality's actually been better than the dollar store, and surpasses what I need as an amateur anyway.

      Read reviews and choose items with good ratings and you're usually OK.

      USB drives and SD cards are mostly a scam, but if you use the magic words ("scam" and "clearly defrauding you nice people at Wish") they don't quibble on the refund. I ordered a pair of 64Gb USB drives at about the price they should be, but was sent 16Gb drives with the controller re-flashed. I complained, they refunded, and didn't even ask for the drives back. Some re-partitioning and reformatting and I have some semi-reliable 16Gb drives that I won't trust...

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      Monday Igeleke 

      2 months ago

      I never ordered anything on wish but. Though i have an account with them and today i got a package of two ugly curtains from wish. Please what can i do? And it seems it has been paid for

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      ann250 

      2 months ago

      i ordered a shoulder bag through Wish on April 9th, I never received the item, but the Wish showed a "delivered" status on the order history, i am so frustrated, because you can not contact their customer support anymore, the email they provided is probably fake, all bounced back after this fraud "Delivered" status. I do not know how the "delivered" status come from? I will never buy stuff from Wish again. poor service.

      instead never received my item, I got scam phone calls all most everyday.this vicious hackers or the very poor websecurity of Wish.

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      Robp144 

      2 months ago

      I would like to respond to a comment that if you are buying cheap expect cheap regardless of the description. That is really not true. If the description says solid 925 sterling silver, then I expect it to be “solid” not plated. If they say cubic zirconia then I expect cubic zirconia not white sapphire. If they say Sona simulated diamond then I expect a Sona simulated diamond not CZ. Also, there are stores on wish that do represent their jewelry in an honest way. You can get solid silver and genuine stones for a very cheap price. You can also get stamped jewelry which is a little more secure if it’s stamped right, for pennies on the dollar. So what you have to do is find the stores on Wish that are more trust worthy and only buy from them. It should not matter what the price is, they still should represent their jewelry in the most honest way. I should not have to go checking behind them for the real description.

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      Rutles 

      2 months ago

      Wish is great if you except basic rules,

      1. If you are paying a couple of dollars for silver jewellery it obviously isn’t going to be solid silver regardless of the description.

      2. Buy low value items then you can’t be disappointed, I spent 3 dollars on a lamp for child. Smaller than picture showed but I expected that. And it was still something I regularly see for $12-15 in local stores. Not the $69 retail price suggested on Wish.

      3. Just use common sense, the stuff is lower quality but you are getting it really really cheap and may wait a few weeks so don’t buy if you have an urgent time scale. It’s a great site if used with common sense.

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      Gail pennington 

      2 months ago

      $8-$16 for each free shirt plus shipping. One item i didnt even order, i dont have a Babie doll to put it on.

      Bottom line, Wish allows an 8 hour grace period to cancell an order. They force you to cancell, re-enter their system and cancell again, oner and over. They ride a minute line bewteen Internation, Federal, and State lines. How anything the do can be considered legal, is beyond me. I cancelled my order with the grace period, yet my bank funds are frozen, pending the time Wish whom i owe $.99 releases it. Know you're asking, "how can they take and keep money from a customer, tricked, who fought hard enough to find that grace clause and cancell thst order within a business day? My bank wont help, according to them i autorized the purchased. My phone records show 4 minutes after failing with Wish, i was on the phone with my bank reporting what anyone who has ever worked for the Courts would assume is blatent fraud. I am now didables, on a fixed income. The funds Wish cheated me out of, my bank could care less about, is my utilities money and enough for gas to get me to the doctor and pharmacy. It's clearly written on the wall, i am never going to see that money returned to me. I IMPLORE ANYONE WHO BELIEVES THIS COMPANIES ADVERTISING, DON'T! SPARE YOURSELF THE NIGHTMARE! IF MY MONEY WAS TAKEN BEFORE I HAD ANY IDEA WHAT WAS OCCURRING I WOULD NOT BE CAUGHT IN SUCH A DIFFICULT SITUATION.

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      Robp144 

      2 months ago

      Here is some advise if you are intent on shopping on Wish especially for jewelry. As you are browsing and you click on the items you like, it will have pictures and a brief ad description of the product. Do not solely rely on that ad description. Scroll down and find the word description. Click on it. You may discover that the ad description does not match the product description. Be sure to make that comparison. For example, they will say on the ad description Sona simulated diamond. A Sona simulated diamond is the closest to a diamond you can buy. They are not cheap. But read the product description. Often it will say what the diamond really is. Often it is a cubic zirconia.

      Some ads will say Sona simulated diamond and the product description will say high quality simulated diamond (not a cubic zircon). This is deceptive. First, you are not going to get a Sona diamond for free or up to 5 dollars. Second, there is no such thing as a cubic zircon. There is zircon and there is cubic zirconia. The two are very different gems. Zircon has a hardness of 6 on the MO scale. Cubic zirconia has a hardness of 8 to 8.5. Moissanite is a 9 and Sona a 9.5. A real diamond is a 10. It appears that they say not a cubic zircon to throw you off making you think they are saying not a cubic zirconia. In actuallity it is a cubic zirconia. They cannot be dinged for false adversising because they use the word zircon instead of zirconia. What they are doing is hoping to capitalize on our ignorance and use word trickery.

      Some jewelry will say 925 sterling silver. What they will not tell you in most cases is if it is plated or solid. I have bought pieces that say 925 silver only to find out later it is plated. Even if they use the word solid 925 silver, ask if you buy if it is truly solid. Sometimes it is, sometimes not. They use the term solid to describe not what the ring is made of but that the silver is genuine 925. So again ask questions. If you feel like the item has been misrepresented often times they will refund your cost including shipping. The same applies with 14 or 18K jewelry

      Some will outright lie as I mentioned in my previous comment. You cannot ask questions before you buy anything. To me this is unethical. If you do buy, it is a good idea to ask questions which they will allow once the piece of jewelry is in the processing stage. Unfortunately they will not respond before the item ships. The only time you can cancel a purchase is during the processing stage or the confirmation stage. However, during the confirmation stage the only choice you have is to click cancel item, continue with purchase, or nevermind. You still are not able to ask questions during the confirmation stage. Once it moves to processing you can ask questions but by the time you get your answers the item has shipped. At this point you cannot cancel of course.

      Some product descriptions will say plated with platinum. Often times after inquiries it is often plated not with platinum but with white gold that will wear off in a few months.

      When buying 925 silver buy items that are stamped s925 on the very product. Jewelry that is more genuine will be stamped 14 or 18K. More genuine diamond simulants will also be stamped on the item especially rings. Stamped items will cost a little more.

      Another thing to keep in mind is that they will hardly ever offer a GIA certificate of autheticity.

      So if you are buying jewelry on wish please understand it’s like playing the lottery. One of these times you may get the jackpot, that is, you may actually get what you think you have ordered.

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      Robp144 

      2 months ago

      I have dealt extensively with Wish. I cannot say they are totally bad. I don’t like their policy of buy first ask questions later. That’s just wrong and it seems unethical. Those who want to try wish just a couple of things to be aware of. Most products are not bad. I bought kitchen items that work perfectly fine. I bought a couple of faucets one for the kitchen the other for the bathroom. I installed the kitchen one with no problem. It came with basic instructions in English. The bathroom faucet did not come with instructions at all. It also came with wrong fittings. I did address this issue and I was offered a refund and recieved it. I bought a reverse osmosis system and it installed easily and it works great. I have bought a couple of electrical lights. They are made with the cheapest materials but they are certified. I installed both of them and they work fine. Over all in products of this nature I have no problem ordering from Wish.

      Someone mentioned electronics. The only thing I bought is a memory stick. 128 gigs and stores videos, personal videos. It works fine. I’m hesitant on other electronics because they are knock offs of originals. I think it depends on what you buy. I don’t think you can go wrong with, for instance, toys. But things that have to do with media I’m not sure I would but from Wish. I say this only from things I have heard.

      If you really like stress, buy the jewelry. The problem with Wish is that they do not write the ads nor the descriptions. The product makers or store owners do. So first you will see the picture, you click on it, next it takes you to a page were you may have multiple pictures and on this page you click description. I have bought over 25 pieces of jewelry and only 5 were advertised and described accurately. The rest were described wrong and I might say dishonestly. One ring I bought advertises and is described as “genuine solid 14K rose gold ring.” I bought it. I had it tested for genuineness and it failed. The ring is 14k rose gold plated over copper material. I did get a refund. Here is the problem. Wish is good about offering refunds and I have had a few. The jewelry was not expensive, free or up to $5.00. You pay shipping which in my case based on the cost of the item was only 1-3 dollars. But the ring I bought is still on Wish being advertised and described just the same. I could let it go, I got my refund and I could move on. I decided to communicate with customer support to inform them that there are jewelry venders who are falsely advertising and dishonestly describing the merchandise. My desire is to protect buyers, some of which may never investigate what they are really buying. First of all you cannot call anyone. The phone number you call is a recording basically telling you to communicated through the email system through your order history. Second of all when you communicate through your order history you get a mess of emails that are scripted. No one ever talks to you on a personal level. Every piece of communication is scripted. Customer support pushes a button and sends you an electronic letter. A letter that is prewritten with their name attached to it. Now they only have a small selections of letters. And real quick you start getting the same letter over and over until finally they just ignore you. From what I see, they do not take care of matters other than giving a refund.

      Bottom line? Buying on Wish can be good and can be bad. When it comes to jewelry it is like playing the lottery. You buy hoping that one of these times you will hit the jackpot. That is you will get exactly what you think you are getting.

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      Titch 

      2 months ago

      ITS SLAVE LABOUR THATS WHY, another reason why products are so cheap is because the employees are exploited and work in poor conditions, this also includes children under the age of 16 for the profit of the business, please do your research.

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      Wayno 

      3 months ago

      I love Wish, I have ordered several products over the last two months and although it takes a while for your merchandise to arrive. The price points are worth the wait, I agree with all the electronic merchandise, it's cheap and it's a knock-off but all in all, I have been very pleased with the mundane items that I have needed to order like ski goggles, knifes, fly fishing rods and reels, fishing equipment, fishing bags, rifle bags, bags in general. Just order non-electronic equipment and you should be pleased like myself as long as you can wait for a month for your items to arrive.

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      A Majumdar 

      3 months ago

      Reviews sketchy and mostly not great : Conclusion- AVOID THE WISH APP IF SEARCHING FOR A BARGAIN.

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      aashi 

      3 months ago

      They are just scam . i odered many things but didn't received any , no refund , nothing. just stupid computer generated answers .

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      Mr bombastik 

      3 months ago

      Wish is Nothing like ebay and Amazon, the idiot said it is probably works for wish, do Not buy anything from wish

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      Maria McAlpine 

      3 months ago

      I haven’t purchased anything yet because I’m on the TopHatter app... they have some seriously crappy stuff. So when I finally get the last of the junk, the App is history. I do have 1 question though, are the models wearing the exact things that you would be getting if purchased? In particular the back braces? They look great here, but I would have gotten a tattered ace bandage.from TopHatter And 2nd, because you purchase from China, are the chances slim that there are no directions in English? Thank you in advance!

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      Mr C J Higginson 

      3 months ago

      Recent problems with tablets not being able to access the network. Customer service did their best to resolve the issues, promised a refund on one of them. The other one is still under warranty although outside of the 30 day limit. Waiting on further communication from them about this. Overall I am not impressed with the online service, the questions are closed even if the problems aren't resolved so the customer has to complete the form each time a query or a requested report back is required

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      Kiko Saleh 

      3 months ago

      I order an item off wish on Feb. 18 it's now April 9 and i have not gotten even a shipping confiramtion

      all i know is that my order has been processed but nothing else

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      Edward Boone 

      3 months ago

      My money was taken and nothing was returned. No merchandise or refund. This is my first time desling with wish and it's the most horrible experience ever. I want my money

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      Helen 

      3 months ago

      shop on Wish. They are cool as far as buying practically anything you want. I have bought lights, a great water purifying system, and other practical items. Most things are not hard to understand what they are. I have never bought electronic stuff however because there is no brand name people are familiar with or no brand name at all. A little scarry for me.

      Here’s the problem I have with wish. Recently I have been buying and collecting jewelry pieces. Some I buy with intent to resell. The descriptions are not accurate most of the time or you get only parcial descriptions. An example would be a pair of aquamarine earrings. The picture looks great. The ad says 925 sterling silver aquamarine earrings. The description says, material: 925 sterling silver; main stone: aquamarine. So naturally you think you are getting earrings made of 92.5% sterling silver and beatiful aquamarine stones. Can you call upon customer support to verify the item? No. No where can you find a way to verify the information. So you take your chance and you click buy. Can you now have a way to verify the item? No. You only have the choice to change your address, continue with the order or cancel the order. Thats it. Finally it goes through a processing phase, a couple of days perhaps. Then you get a notice that the item has been shipped. Now you can verify your purchase and ask questions about the quality and other specifics. It could take a few hours or perhaps a couple of days to get a reply. Do they answer your question? For the most part yes. But sometimes they only repeat what you already know about the item. With these earrings I was asking about the quality if the stones. It was then that they wrote back that the earrings were actually silver plated. Oh yes 925 silver but only plated. The ad nor description says so.

      So fine, they are plated. So you ask why did the description not say so. They reply, if your not happy we can offer you a refund. Well that’s nice but it doesn’t explain why the description leaves out that minor detail. They will even thank you for giving your feedback and leave you thinking that they are going to take care of it. Weeks later go happen upon the same earrings and no change. The description is the same, the ad is the same. Nothing is done about it. To make this long story short, I ended up buying about 18 jewelry items and I figured that I better check in about the descriptions. Maybe that one was just a simple oversight. 1 out of 18 pieces of jewelry that I purchased was the description accurate. Very few merchants will say the item is silver plated, gold plated, one even said it was lab-created 925 silver. Was it anywhere in the ad? No. Was it anywhere in the description? No. You dont know what you are getting until after it ships and even then you have to press them for the truth.

      I have had to take down jewelry pieces off a website because the items were not what they say they are. So I vigorously started to write to every customer support for each item and explain that we need honesty. I have told them that buying a product before we actually get to know what it really is, is very unethical. Basically the merchants are lying about the product and you dont know until after you buy and it ships.

      What does customer support do? We will be glad to issue you a refund. I told them that a refund is not what I need. I need honesty, transparency, quality people to deal with. I told them over and over, drop the buy first ask questions later policy. No one will address that issue. I have given them a number of proofs that those merchants are lying. There response, sorry for you unpleasant experience we will pass this information on to our team. Then that’s it. Nothing else.

      I periodically get ad emails from them. At the bottom it says, if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email us, then they give a customer support link. So I start a dialog with that. Their response? You must go to your history and discuss this with customer support for the item you are disputing. No, you cant. Because its right back to, we can offer you a refund or we will pass your concerns on to our team, thank you have a good day sort of attitude. When I return to the main customer service, you know, if you have any questions or concerns, and they say the same thing. Go to your order history and open a ticket. You explain and explain and they shut you off. Soon its sorry your experiencing these problems we hope we can make it better, to now nothing. They will not respond at all. They ignore your questions and concerns. You learned nothing but that the merchants are liars, customer support will not support, and their policy to buy and ask questions later is actually causing an atmosphere of lying merchants. This policy enables their lying actions. The fact that you get no real help shows that Wish sides with their lying merchant clients and not with the customer.

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      Robp144 

      3 months ago

      I shop on Wish. They are cool as far as buying practically anything you want. I have bought lights, a great water purifying system, and other practical items. Most things are not hard to understand what they are. I have never bought electronic stuff however because there is no brand name people are familiar with or no brand name at all. A little scarry for me.

      Here’s the problem I have with wish. Recently I have been buying and collecting jewelry pieces. Some I buy with intent to resell. The descriptions are not accurate most of the time or you get only parcial descriptions. An example would be a pair of aquamarine earrings. The picture looks great. The ad says 925 sterling silver aquamarine earrings. The description says, material: 925 sterling silver; main stone: aquamarine. So naturally you think you are getting earrings made of 92.5% sterling silver and beatiful aquamarine stones. Can you call upon customer support to verify the item? No. No where can you find a way to verify the information. So you take your chance and you click buy. Can you now have a way to verify the item? No. You only have the choice to change your address, continue with the order or cancel the order. Thats it. Finally it goes through a processing phase, a couple of days perhaps. Then you get a notice that the item has been shipped. Now you can verify your purchase and ask questions about the quality and other specifics. It could take a few hours or perhaps a couple of days to get a reply. Do they answer your question? For the most part yes. But sometimes they only repeat what you already know about the item. With these earrings I was asking about the quality if the stones. It was then that they wrote back that the earrings were actually silver plated. Oh yes 925 silver but only plated. The ad nor description says so.

      So fine, they are plated. So you ask why did the description not say so. They reply, if your not happy we can offer you a refund. Well that’s nice but it doesn’t explain why the description leaves out that minor detail. They will even thank you for giving your feedback and leave you thinking that they are going to take care of it. Weeks later go happen upon the same earrings and no change. The description is the same, the ad is the same. Nothing is done about it. To make this long story short, I ended up buying about 18 jewelry items and I figured that I better check in about the descriptions. Maybe that one was just a simple oversight. 1 out of 18 pieces of jewelry that I purchased was the description accurate. Very few merchants will say the item is silver plated, gold plated, one even said it was lab-created 925 silver. Was it anywhere in the ad? No. Was it anywhere in the description? No. You dont know what you are getting until after it ships and even then you have to press them for the truth.

      I have had to take down jewelry pieces off a website because the items were not what they say they are. So I vigorously started to write to every customer support for each item and explain that we need honesty. I have told them that buying a product before we actually get to know what it really is, is very unethical. Basically the merchants are lying about the product and you dont know until after you buy and it ships.

      What does customer support do? We will be glad to issue you a refund. I told them that a refund is not what I need. I need honesty, transparency, quality people to deal with. I told them over and over, drop the buy first ask questions later policy. No one will address that issue. I have given them a number of proofs that those merchants are lying. There response, sorry for you unpleasant experience we will pass this information on to our team. Then that’s it. Nothing else.

      I periodically get ad emails from them. At the bottom it says, if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to email us, then they give a customer support link. So I start a dialog with that. Their response? You must go to your history and discuss this with customer support for the item you are disputing. No, you cant. Because its right back to, we can offer you a refund or we will pass your concerns on to our team, thank you have a good day sort of attitude. When I return to the main customer service, you know, if you have any questions or concerns, and they say the same thing. Go to your order history and open a ticket. You explain and explain and they shut you off. Soon its sorry your experiencing these problems we hope we can make it better, to now nothing. They will not respond at all. They ignore your questions and concerns. You learned nothing but that the merchants are liars, customer support will not support, and their policy to buy and ask questions later is actually causing an atmosphere of lying merchants. This policy enables their lying actions. The fact that you get no real help shows that Wish sides with their lying merchant clients and not with the customer.

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      Christine V. 

      3 months ago

      I ordered 2 jackets, what I got are nothing like what I ordered. They smelled like gas. Very strong smell. The material used was so awful. Both jackets didn't look like what I saw online. The price changed from what was shown. In my case, the price changes happens after you process the order. I tried washing them several times but didn't help. Threw it away.

      The other item was a WHITE top. Well, it was terribly made. Looked like it was made by someone who's learning how to sew. The right sleeve had a black stain and the left sleeve was OFF WHITE!! What the HELL!!! This also was thrown.

      The other one was a burgandy long sleeve top. They sleeves were not sewn correctly and it was twisted. Not able to wear. Ended up throwing away.

      I AM NOTHING BUT FURIOUS WITH THIS COMPANY!!! WISH!!!?? MY ONLY WISH NOW IS THAT THIS ONLINE SCAM MUST BE SHUT DOWN. SAVE YOUR MONEY PEOPLE. DO NOT ORDER FROM THIS WORST ONLINE FRAUD!!! OR YOUR WISH WILL TURN INTO YOUR WORST NIGHTMARE!!

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      Elaine Partlow 

      3 months ago

      I have had numerous charges made for items i did not order--like $600 worth because i wasnt watching my credit card bill! So far, they are giving me the runaround, asking for more clarification, telling me to go to Order History when that doesn't address unauthorized charges. Don't ever order from this rip-off joint!

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      Rena Thomas 

      3 months ago

      I ordered a sweater and it took a month to arrive and it looked nothing like it did online. I was extremely disappointed and I will never order from them again.

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      gamalier rosa 

      3 months ago

      i bought the vr box headsetto play games in 3d through my phone and it wais the right product i just jope the other products i ordered are the correct ones

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      Velma 

      3 months ago

      How can you change your date of arrival?

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      SHIVA KUMAR 

      4 months ago

      Ordered a few items on wish, some of them have delivered with low quality and some of them didn't come at all. When I checked for status, the same status repeating every time and at last when I asked to refund, all false information given stating the amount has been refunded. But in real, no refunded proof, i never received money. All I can say, the goods are inferior and no customer care works. What i learnt from this website; moral of story; wish the worst online fraud

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      Robyn Hegwein 

      4 months ago

      I have placed 2 orders, got emails confirming the order, I have sent them copies of the order confirmation, bank transaction details. They still can't find my order 21 emails have gone to their Customer Service Dept. Who are totally stupid and just keep asking the same questions over and over again even though I supplies relevant copies.

      The fact that you can't call Wish is a real problem in itself..The CEO must take actions on this appalling site and service. No wonder he so wealthy because the lack of service and just taking people's monies. Fraudulent people... Dany Zhang is just as bad.....

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      mervyn 

      4 months ago

      ordered shoes, delivery excellent,wrong sizing, refunded in 2 days of filling in form

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      Gary 

      4 months ago

      Awful. I’ve ordered before and it was cheap quality. My second order never came at all. Please do not waste your time or money. This is poorly made junk and you may never see it at all. Save your time and order from reputable online sites.

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      bill 

      4 months ago

      Make sure what you order is exactly what u want.

      Check all specifications. Make sure that phone u order is 4g LTE.

      Or 5g if thats what u want.

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      Rosemary Manzur 

      4 months ago

      I purchased a inflatable bed with frame for $64.20 on January 10, 2019 which was a promotion for the New Year I thought it was a great deal but never received it they deducted funds from my bank under Mywishgoods they never send order number or confirmation .i would never purchased from this company again customer service is terrible no live person to talk to i tried to get a refund but with no order number seems impossible now I know this company is very risky. So beware before purchasing.

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      Ored 

      4 months ago

      Ordered many items, maywstore and sougayilang for fishing tackle , received orders quickly and in perfect shape , will be ordering from these companies many more times in the future. Thank you wish

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      AliExpress much? 

      4 months ago

      Which simply took a business model to the masses in a simplified for to make cheap, mobile impulse purchases easy. AliExpress has similar deals, but they never spent $100 million/year on Facebook or YouTube ads for that matter. Interesting business model. It worked.

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      Martin 

      4 months ago

      Stay away. Initially ordered lots of items. Very few turned up. Typical cheap Chinese quality. The rest never turned. After requesting refunds my account was flagged for requesting too many refunds. I’m now waiting for several more items to magically appear after months. Awful site.

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      Grifter373 

      4 months ago

      Installed the Wish app and nearly overnight I got repeated robo-dialers and spam emails that I wasn't getting before.

      I think the Wish app actually monitors when I'm actively using the phone and that triggers the calls. As soon as I unlocked the phone, I would start getting robocalls interrupting whatever I was doing. Sometimes several within a couple minutes.

      Pretty sure it's due to downloading the Wish app as that was the only app i've installed in quite some time.

      I've since uninstalled the Wish app and saw that behavior decrease. (The calls, but not the email spam).

      Very frustrating.

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      Katy Medium 

      4 months ago from Denver, CO

      You should be able to change the quantity of the dresses to 1 in your shopping cart before purchasing.

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      Annoyed 

      4 months ago

      I mistakenly ordered the same dress twice due to a tremor that I have in my hands. When I pressed the key for the dress it came up twice. Two at £8 each. I had requested six other items so I wanted to cancel one of the dresses. There.appears to be no way to cancel an item before purchasing the lot! Now I am not able to make a purchase of any of the items that I wanted - or am I?

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      Bonniebell 

      4 months ago

      I would like to know who has ordered makeup products from wish.especially eyeshadow or lipsticks. also makeup removers or serums and moisturizers. I see sometimes they have real brand name products such as it cosmetics, etc. I can't believe it cosmetics would sell their foundation for $5 when it cost about $30.Are they really as cheap as the price?

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      Russ 

      4 months ago

      What a scam!!!

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      Radek 

      4 months ago

      This site is a SCUM! I have not received around 30% of ordered items. When I was clicking "Not received" on their app I was shown info "wait for 30 days from estimated delivery date". Then after that time I have finally reported missing items and they responded that they will not refund since 30-day period from estimated delivery has passed! STAY AWAY!

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      Jeffrey Cohan 

      5 months ago

      I can’t believe how Wish tried to scam me, I bought a few items on Wish on February 4th 2019, on February 14th PayPal paid Wish over $2,000.00 dollars because Wish invoiced PayPal for the items that were in my shopping cart. I almost fell off of my chair.I always use the shopping cart on EBay, Amazon, and other sites- when I am ready to buy after I have sorted the products I want, I go to the checkout and PayPal for the products I want. Wish invoiced PayPal for all of the items in my shopping cart which came to over $2,000.00 dollars and PayPal paid the entire invoice. I wrote at least thirty emails to Wish asking for my money returned to me and all I received were messages from their Customer Service telling me that it was too late to stop the products from being shipped to me- and that Wish hoped I had a better experience the next time I ordered! The ‘run around’ to try to fix the problem was a real joke, Wish is bad news so “Buyer Beware” Luckily my insurance covered my loss. Now I have to wait and see what they shipped- if anything! They are bad news’ Don’t be fooled by their friendly posing. What they did was highly illegal!

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      5 months ago

      Easy refund on wish - just click "Where's my item and claim it never arrived. The bot will give you a refund.

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      M McNeilly 

      5 months ago

      Thanks for this post, I bought a light-up keyboard and some the keys were broken and the keyboard itself was bent. Customer Support didn't get back to me. After reading this and other comments I think I'll remove my Wish account(If that is possible).

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      M F Brown 

      5 months ago

      Got refund on an item, but cant get info on a way to return item. No response from support.

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      Shelly 

      5 months ago

      Several people that I know have had their credit card information compromised after shopping on Wish. Plus, considering China's many human rights violations I don't see how anyone can feel good about giving their money to the government of China. Seriously people, if you see an item in the store or online that says "Made in China", and another one made somewhere else, for God's sake don't buy the one made in China. If you do, it's like saying that you support communism.

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      Jennifer L Schmidt 

      5 months ago

      I take wish for what it is. All my items have arrived, some faster, but mostly slow. I accept that when I order from them. Overall I've been pretty happy. I look at wish as fun... and then it's a surprise when the little packages show up. I wouldn't order clothes from them, mainly d/t Asian sizing being so different... but for small electronics, I have been very happy... like wireless bluetooth headphones that are my absolute go-to.

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      free dud 

      6 months ago

      wanna get 90% discount on wish use coupon code SHTHXVG S H T H X V G

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