A Texas woman learned a lesson in buyer’s remorse.
Jalonta Freeman spent $200 on an iPad only to find that she purchased a mirror.
Freeman said a man approached her and her sister at a gas station and asked them if they would buy it.
The item was wrapped in paper that was printed to look like the iPad screen and packaged in a cardboard FedEx box.
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