For most of us, online shopping is no longer new, while to some other people, its a very new experience,
Few days ago, i was carrying out a review among friends on their experiences on various online shopping site in Nigeria. It was really a lovely review, although there were the good reviews, the fair reviews and completely bad ones, but today, i am going to share an experience from one of my reviewers about jiji.ng.
Please Note: This is not a personal experience from Ahmsta.
The experience of shopping on JiJi.ng was quite new for me so I would like to leave my feedback which canbe useful for newcomers like me. I am a student and I am often short of money. A couple of weeks ago I Faced with the need of buying a laptop. I watched the new notebooks in stores, I realized that the prices for new laptops in the local shops were much higher than I could afford. I consulted my friends who were thrifty just as I am, and they advised me search at JiJi online service.
The process of registration and finding a necessary category “Computers and Laptops JiJi” turned to be unexpectedly easy and quick. I Chose the region where I was found, then a city, and after that I was able to see all the ads which were added by sellers from my town. After that I did some monitoring during which I used filters and chose a brand of a laptop and necessary parameters. I compared the prices and chose a used Toshiba laptop in the perfect state (according to the photo).
Of course, buying used goods is always connected with some risk but on JiJi it is minimal – paying beforehand is not obligatory. Moreover, the service advises the customers not to pay before they see the goods. After contacting a seller who had lots of positive feedbacks I met him in a café where I checked the reliability of the device, and the seller got her money. We decided that I would leave my feedback after a week if the laptop did not disappoint me. A week passed and of course the laptop works fine, I advise everyone to buy only here.
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