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Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti ordered from Amazon: Delivered, unboxed then the nightmare – video

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Jul 25, 2022 @ 11:33am

A Brazilian TikToker ordered an Nvidia RTX 3090 Ti, but the delivery contained something completely different. Instead, we’ll tell you what he found in the package.

The Brazilian TikToker only received sand instead of the RTX 3090 Ti. (Source: TikTok/maurisoua_ screenshot)

  • A Brazilian ordered an Nvidia graphics card from Amazon but did not receive it.
  • Instead, the appropriate weight in the form of sand was placed in the box.
  • Instead of compensating the deceived, Amazon would have simply sent a link to delete the account.

Some are currently buying Nvidia graphics cards because prices are relatively low right now. Just one order and the graphics card should arrive a few days later.

A TikToker who ordered an RTX 3090 Ti from Amazon hoped so too. But instead of the high-end graphics card, the Brazilian only received sand.

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No issues resolved by Amazon

According to the man who was cheated out of nearly 2,580 euros (14,500 Brazilian reals), Amazon did not react despite numerous messages.

Instead, he allegedly just received an email with a link to permanently delete the Amazon account. The company would have reacted only when this fraud was picked up by the media.

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