Shein fan mortified after spending £30 on a non-refundable fee… but there is a way to avoid it – here’s how | The Sun

A SHEIN shopper has warned others after wasting £30 on a non-refundable fee – but you can avoid it with an easy hack.

TikTok user Rav Sandhu (@ravksandhu) took to the popular social media platform after the unpleasant discovery she made whilst shopping on Shein.

According to Rav, from the UK, she had placed a massive order with the China-based fast fashion retailer that was worth over a whopping £230.

But upon clicking 'Pay', the shopper spotted that she was also getting charged £29 for 'handling fee'.

However, at this point, Rav said in the video, it was already too late, as the payment had gone through.

She told her followers: ''So I Googled 'handling fee' – and it's non-refundable.

read more on shopping

I tried four apps and saved £60 on my shopping – but there were drawbacks

7 products you should always buy at M&S because they’re cheaper than elsewhere

''I'm so, so disappointed with myself. I can't believe I've just wasted £29 on absolutely nothing, like admin.''

Rav added: '' I should've just gone with ASOS.

''Am I knew to this? Did you guys know about this?''

Over a hundred of fellow Shein fans flocked to comments to say that this was nothing new.

Most read in Fabulous


I went to a wedding but my boobs stole the limelight


I threw £10k gender reveal party with Ferrari & JET…then trolls ruined my life


Prince Louis clutches Kate's hand as royal family step out for Easter service


I got a £3.50 Louis Vuitton bag in a charity shop but trolls spotted a problem

Numerous people claimed that the brand, which pays its factory workers just £16.50 for a 17 hour day, charges the fee for orders above £160.

But according to them, there's a sneaky way of saving yourself £30 even if you do want to place a monster shopping haul.

FABULOUS BINGO: Get a £20 bonus & 30 free spins when you spend £10 today

One recommended: ''You have to place 2 seperate orders if it’s a large one money wise otherwise they charge this [sic].

''It’s in the t&c’s. I think it’s on orders over £160.''

Another agreed, writing: ''u can order in split I think that's best n that's what I do when it's over 160.''

''This same thing happened to me,'' someone else said.

''I complained about mine, acted like I didn’t know what it was. They gave me a refund,'' penned one lucky fashionista.

''Oooh rookie error!'' a TikTok user chuckled.

Source: Read Full Article