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Black Friday is a SCAM.

A picture on the internet has been making rounds that pick n pay is accused of false advertisement, were a television set is to be on sale R4899 and customers are saving R600.

The picture online shows that pick n pay hiked the price of the television and later reduced the price to its original price, as if the television is on sale from the date of 18 to 21 November only. Social media has been buzzing and sharing other scams in the name of blackboard Friday, exposing the stores for their dishonest in their advertisement.

Here are some of the user had to say:

@toomykay said: "Black Friday in SA is a scam”

@MbalizaBlose said: "I told the people I know that this year's Black Friday is going to be a serious scam. Retailers want their money back ye looting and might inflate prices on us and put a big sale tag and since people are gullible bazothenga."

@KamThembu5 said: "You must know your prices before going to " black Friday" or else you shall be scammed. Good job."

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Black Friday MbalizaBlose SA SCAM


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