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|Re: Jumia Treasure Hunt, Scam Or Not? by MrBONE2(m): 9:43pm On Jul 27, 2018|
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|Re: Jumia Treasure Hunt, Scam Or Not? by samjake123: 12:43am On Nov 20|
Jumia Treasure Hunt is a BIG SCAM. I just got off their mobile app now after trying, to no avail, to search for and possibly buy any of the products.
Firstly, the items used for the promo does not go live at the stipulated time because I was on the page before the items even went live. Secondly, as soon as they go live, it's already out of stock. This is unbelievable. Nobody has ever won. It's just a marketing strategy.
|Re: Jumia Treasure Hunt, Scam Or Not? by MrBONE2(m): 7:04am On Nov 20|
|Re: Jumia Treasure Hunt, Scam Or Not? by TrueNig: 3:36pm On Nov 20|
Online Retail Business Position - Closing Sunday 22nd Nov. 2020
|Re: Jumia Treasure Hunt, Scam Or Not? by Newman20: 6:19pm On Nov 22|
@Op the Jumia treasure hunt is real. And I have evidence. Let me explain.
One night (before black friday) I went on Jumia and saw this. As you can see I stumbled upon it at 3 am in the night.
I know you're shocked but it's quite real. Unfortunately there was only one unit of it and I wasn't fast enough.
I'm looking for money to buy redmi 9a now
|Re: Jumia Treasure Hunt, Scam Or Not? by Newman20: 6:24pm On Nov 22|
It's real I found one but I didn't click fast enough.
You can see it above.
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