In a story that has gone viral on social media, a Delhi-based techie has received an AliExpress order that he placed four years ago.

Nitin Agarwal ordered a phone case from AliExpress in 2019. However, the order never arrived. After a few months, Agarwal gave up hope and forgot about the order.

Fast forward to 2023. Agarwal was surprised to receive a package from AliExpress. He opened the package to find the phone case that he had ordered four years ago.

Agarwal was shocked and amused by the late delivery. He took to Twitter to share his story, which has since been shared thousands of times.

“Never lose hope! So, I ordered this from Ali Express (now banned in India) back in 2019 and the parcel was delivered today,” Agarwal wrote in his tweet.

Agarwal’s story has sparked a debate on social media about the state of online retail in India. Some people have praised Agarwal for his patience, while others have criticized AliExpress for the late delivery.

However, Agarwal himself seems to be taking the whole thing in stride. In a follow-up tweet, he wrote, “I’m just glad I finally got my phone case.”

Agarwal’s story is a reminder that even in the digital age, things can go wrong. However, it is also a reminder that sometimes, good things come to those who wait.

In addition to the above, here are some other details about the story:

  • The phone case that Agarwal ordered was a simple silicone case. It cost around $5.
  • AliExpress is a Chinese e-commerce website that is popular for its low prices. However, the website was banned in India in 2020 due to security concerns.
  • Agarwal’s order was shipped from China to India. It took four years to travel the distance.
  • Agarwal’s story has been featured in news articles and on social media around the world. It has even been picked up by the BBC.

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