- A woman was happy to share what she bought from Shein for R1 500, so she posted all the details about the buying process
- The lady purchased from the foreign company, and though customers are also charged an import duty, she did not break the bank to cover it
- Her video got lots of attention as people were curious to know more about her shopping experience
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SHEIN is all the rave on social media, and a woman posted her latest purchases from the store. She went on a shopping spree in an effort to get ready for the chilly season, and it's safe to say that she is.
People loved seeing what she was able to buy as well as the cost. The video got thousands of likes and hundreds of comments as people clamoured to know more information.
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Watch the video below:
TikTokker gets a lot of questions from successful SHEIN clothing haul
People love to get shopping tips from other online users. This one was especially interesting as people claimed that they pay way more import taxes. Others were more concerned about whether she was satisfied with the clothing she got.
"Die kwalitet van die klere en is dit "true to size"? [Are the clothes quality?]"
"Tax depends on the weight of the package. If the package weighs more than 4KG, it’s most likely that the taxes might be higher than usual."
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"Quick one, are all the items nice and warm? I don't want to buy and then I won't be kept warm."
"How was your import tax so low? I pay probably 45%."
Bianca Smit added:
I dont believe the tax. I also buy from SHEIN a lot. The tax is supposed to be 20% of your total."
Kristen Jizelle P, the creator responded:
"I have no idea how this works. I ordered 3 times and every time it was between R1000 to R1600 and maximum I ever paid for tax was R130."
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Word got around that a shop in the heart of Pretoria was selling clothes from the Chinese brand, and women rushed to the store in their numbers.
One customer, @uevents.planning, posted a TikTok video of the frenzy outside the shop, which currently has over 832 000 views.
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