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Posted on: Sunday, October 15th, 2017, 12:43 am
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Location involved: St Michaels, Aba, Abia State, Nigeria.
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Have you been to Aba before? Oh, I see you are wanting to read some amazing things about this new place. Aba is a great place to be, serene and a business zone. In fact, people say, or rather call it the 'small Japan.'
Know why? Because everything createable can be made here. (no be beans). What are you planning to shop? Wears? Phones? Huh? However, are are few things you may experience and must take note while shopping in one of the malls:
1. Based on street. Are you wiser? Be watchful, if you are shopping on phones, at St Michael's (Aba popular phone show rooms center), be sure you have enough knowledge of what you are buying. Cool down. Search for its spec online. Every Dick and Tom in Aba na area. They know more than their age. They don't care about you or your welfare, but sure there is sth they care about; your pocket.
2. J J C. Are you Jimmy-just-come or possibly Jane-just-come? A new-comer huh? Your action would draw onlookers. Be vigilant, tell the receptionist what you want. Don't give anybody money yet. Don't dare enter inner to where you don't know. Some hoodlums, what they do are, collect your money, give you a phone's casing, and probably beat you and get you ransacked. Don't be surprised.
3. Check what you bought before leaving. Do scrutinize it before you carry an empty phone casing home and cry all cloud weak.
4. Collect your receipts as you pay. Most people seem to undergrade the usefulness of the receipt, however, I don't.
At times, the pretend to forget giving you the receipt. This is proof you bought it and didn't steal it. Assuming a problem arises, or maybe, a fault not stated earlier, your receipt is evidence for anything you have to say or action you may take.
5. Counter-balance. What they mean by this is, you bring another phone, then top some amount of money to purchase a bigger one, that is, trading a phone and some additional money for a bigger phone. Buying the phone is not the problem, check if its faulty, check if you could receive calls and hear what your caller says, and they hear you also. Sure, there must be a hidden 'comma.'
6. Buy what you want and leave. Yes, be yourself, don't start counting your mint of money amid them. Ovasabi, they may help you save it well.
7. Deceit. They are people who would use 'sweet tongue' to lure you into patronizing them, even pleading with you to come to their shop. I tell my friends to beware of these sorts. I prefer show-rooms; fixed prices, security sure, no harassment, a guaranty, sure receipt and lastly, a new phone.
So viewer, these are few things, you could add yours so I'd update the topic.
This post has been edited by Richie: Wednesday, October 18th, 2017, 10:32 am
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