In China, a woman ordered a new iPhone 12 ProMax for 250 gigabytes, paying 10,099 yuan for it, but instead of a smartphone, she received apple yogurt in the package. This is reported by the Daily Star.
The Chinese woman noted that she made the order on the official Apple website. Both the company and the delivery service decided to conduct a check on this case, while the local police qualified the incident as theft.
Lawyer Zhang Bo, commenting on the incident, noted that it may well be a phishing site. He stressed that network users should be able to protect themselves from fake links. The expert also recommended checking the goods sent by courier with the courier. If the contents of the box are not what was ordered, you need to call the police.