Yudala offers Samsung J5 Prime at NGN15,000 but there’s a catch

Just this afternoon, I received an SMS from Yudala saying, “Ready To Save Big? Get Galaxy J5 Prime @ N15K, Zinox GTX Notebook @ N16K & Many More.> http://bit.ly/2D6Hrlv OR Call 0700 7000 000. Yu Can Buy Now & PAY LATER!”

Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime for NGN15,000? I clicked on the link to check out this too-good-to-be-true offer. Guess what I found. This:

Yudala offers Samsung J5 Prime

The price of the Samsung Galaxy J5 Prime on the Yudala website is NGN61,330.00. That is a huge cry from NGN15,000 as stated in the text message.

Yes; it was indeed too good to be true.

This isn’t the first time Yudala is pulling off something of this sort. During the Yudala Infinix Month in 2016, the e-commerce site advertised a 50% price promo. None of the items on offer on their site had a discount even close to that. There was not even a 20% discount.

Yudala seems to have a fetish for baiting customers with false offers.

Eventually, buyers will develop a deep distrust of a brand that keeps dangling non-existent mouth-watering offers to the public.

PS: I tweeted at Yudala to ask for an explanation of this situation. Here is the response from Yudala’s Twitter handle:

I will not make any further remarks beyond what I posted above originally. Over to you for your comments.

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Mister Mobility

I started blogging about mobile in 2004 as a fun way to share my passion for gadgets and mobile services. My other interests include digital media, speaking and teaching, photography, travelling, and dancing.

8 thoughts on “Yudala offers Samsung J5 Prime at NGN15,000 but there’s a catch

  • March 8, 2018 at 4:09 pm

    Don’t mind them, Mr Mo, that is how they sometimes mislead people, it’s one of their tricks. I never fall for something like this because in Nigeria, such discount can never be true.

  • March 8, 2018 at 5:26 pm

    It is not only Yudala that doez this kind of thing. Our GSM networks also do this.

    I am surprised you are surprised.

    Understating things, or leaving out critical fine details to bait you.

    Like MTN telling you something is free Knowing MTN I put on a Thomas cap and let another mugu bite first.

    Yes, if it is too good, it is probably bad.

  • March 8, 2018 at 7:06 pm

    It’s a Nigerian thing.

    It’s also due to lack of enforcing business regulation.

    So, u have to always be careful when u see offers that look too good to be true, cos they usually are.

    Yudala,Jumia,telecos,government etc they are all compromised.

    Very unfortunate

  • March 9, 2018 at 11:49 am

    I really don’t know which is better to them,,,,be open and honest get customers for life? Or raise false alarms and lose customers on the long run

  • March 9, 2018 at 5:14 pm

    That to me appears as being conny by Yudala. why not just be straight in the SMS and let it be plaim that they’re offering pay on.installment.
    A popular expression goes “Conny man die, conny man bury am”
    Such baiting won’t sell good image.

    Bravo for the initiative to confront them Mr. Mo!

  • March 15, 2018 at 6:13 pm

    Deceivers. This is how they lure customers into deals with hidden T&C

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