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Sex Doll Company Reveals Weirdest Complaints – Including Wife’s Discovery

A sex doll company has revealed a list of its most bizarre complaints – including a £9,500 life-size model of an adult film star with a ‘very hairy bum’ that was too heavy. Another customer complained that her doll “didn’t look enough like her ex-girlfriend” despite seeing pictures of the product beforehand.

A red-faced husband has been forced to fire his model after he was discovered by his disgruntled wife. Inferno Official revealed the shady grievances as an example of people exploiting a Paypal loophole that sees customers getting refunds but keeping the goods.

The company claims to have lost £100,000 in the last month alone, despite customers accepting $10,000 custom sex dolls and asking for a refund weeks later. Due to shipping costs going from $2,500 per container from China to $25,000, the company will not pay for the return of lifelike dolls because they have been customized.

CEO Ben Stroud said soaring shipping costs could shut down UK businesses as they are left at the mercy of dishonest customers. He said a man recently bought a doll of pornographic star Thor Johnson with “extra hair on his back and buttocks”, but then decided the goods were too heavy after a few days of use.

Mr Stroud now wants online retailers and payment gateways like PayPal, Shopify and Stripe to block customers from getting refunds for goods they have used and end up keeping. He said: “We had a guy this week who ordered one of our most popular dolls, Thor Johnson.

“But he wanted it hairier, he wanted more hair on his back, legs, butt, you name it, he wanted hair on it.

“He loved the photos of what we created for him, then two days after he received his personalized doll, he complained that it was too heavy. He knew they weighed the weight of a human. However, he complains to Paypal and they decide he deserves a refund.

“Now it’s a $12,000 doll that’s way too hairy for our normal customers, so what’s the point of paying $4,000 for shipping to get her back just to throw her away? And that’s happening more and more , there needs to be a change in the rules because it will put companies out of business.”

He added, “I really want to name and shame those customers who bring bad faith into online business, but we need to be trusted as a brand with private information.” Mr Stroud said he was now fighting against customers who use bad faith to ruin the system.

He said: “I contact other businesses in our industry and ask them to share the names of customers who have used dolls and toys and then demand a refund. Then we can have our own blacklist, that’s It’s sad to come to this, but something has to be done.”

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