These dress fails are why you don't buy clothes online... A Facebook group called Knock Off Nightmares is exposing online retailer scams to warn shoppers of the risks they face with online shopping. Many scam victims have been posting photos to the group, highlighting the differences between the advertised product and what they received.
An image of a BabyGap button-down shirt with an attached checkered vest surfaced online. The XL shirt, priced at $24.50, was hung next to a sign that read, “Who on Earth accepted this as a return?!?!?!" It turns out an unknown customer apparently returned the (now vintage) children's top almost 17 years after it was purchased, way past the company's 45-day return policy.