Doll seller faces charges over unmet orders

Doll seller faces charges over unmet orders

Doll seller faces charges over unmet orders
Last month, a shop in the Sampheng industry sold bogus Labubu dolls. ( Photo: Nutthawat Wichieanbut )

An online retailer of the highly sought-after Labubu dolls faces fraud charges if it does n’t deliver the dolls that over 100 customers had already paid for in advance.

The buyers reported the owner of the Facebook page” Chompoo Utaisincharoen” to the Central Investigation Bureau ( CIB ) on Monday, claiming losses of up to 12 million baht.

One of the customers, who declined to get identified, claimed the owner on Facebook was an importer of Labubu puppets and was aiming to sell the well-known toy figures for resale.

The sufferers were then instructed to transfer the funds to finish the deal, according to the consumer, noting that everyone followed the instructions because they had never previously had trouble purchasing items from Facebook. &nbsp,

About a month before, the seller stated that the dolls would be delayed in their delivery, citing supply problems brought on by constitutional arguing over a Chinese inventory.

The user claimed that the owner may use various apologies when asked about the shipping date over the course of the next few weeks.

The sellers then made a promise to reimburse the buyers in total, which has since caused the buyers to file a complaint. &nbsp,

As of Monday, over 100 people have claimed to be a target of the system, with a mixed lost totalling 12 million ringgit.

The online retailer, according to the users, has been operating for two to three years. Recently, however, the owner began offering the figurines at a large discount, which attracted some anxious customers. &nbsp,

After spending her life savings on the puppets, one user apparently considered death.

According to reports, the doll owner once owned a store in Bangkok’s Saphan Lek neighborhood and resides in an upscale accommodation house in Samut Prakan.