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Woman finds Amazon bought ‘Hair Dryer’ blowing out ‘Fire’ & suffers burns

Written by Wamiq Ali

Imagine using some hair product and all of a sudden facing some huge flame of fire near your hairs. Absolutely, that is some messed up situation. In the entire human body, hairs are something which catch fire real quick. Woman are really conscious about their hair and beauty, thus any fire accident happening to their hairs is a crime. One can’t get an apology from a woman if he has done something wrong to her hairs.

Erika Aughtun Schoolbred, faced a direct attack on her hair when a newly purchased Hair Dryer started shooting fire. The hairs of the woman were endangered owing to a large shooting flame emerging from the hair dryer instead of only warm air.

No Smoke and Mirrors – Buyer Beware
Talk about a bad hair day! My new hair dryer (more like hair frier) from OraCorp on Amazon.com became a blow torch on its first use this morning. A small burn on my hand and an enormous smell to my master bath – the company has yet to respond to my complaint or videos. – wrote the woman on Facebook

She posted two proof videos of the incident directly on her Facebook. In addition to getting the right response from Amazon and OraCorp, she also wanted to spread awareness among the consumers.

Erika Aughtun Schoolbred

The people replied to Erika under her videos, they suggested her to file a lawsuit against the company in order to make them pay for damages.

Oh my gosh. I can not freakin’ believe this, – said the women amidst the video.

In addition to the above video she also published another video on her profile. This second video shows a quick fire coming out of her newly purchased hair dryer.

Amazon’s response to this incident:

Amazon has finally responded to the incident, they’ve pulled several hair care products from their website. Amazon couldn’t put their image as a company into danger after the video of this South Carolina woman went viral on the Social Media. The woman claimed that she suffered a burn to her hand. Amazon has removed various OraCopr products from its website.

About the author

Wamiq Ali

Programmer, Blogger and an Entrepreneur trying to make this web a better place by making others learn for free.

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