Australians reveal their biggest Valentine’s Day secret


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Retailers reveal their most incredible scammer stories ahead of Valentine's Day - including a man buying his partner's engagement ring at the same time

Australians reveal their biggest Valentine’s Day secret

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From buying two girlfriends the same engagement ring to asking the bank to hide suspicious purchases: How scammers are living a double life on Valentine’s Day

  • Australian retailers reveal common cheaters they see every year
  • Valentine’s Day prompts crooks to buy things for wives and mistresses
  • Many people buy at the same time in one transaction to avoid being discovered by their partners

According to the cheaters’ candid confessions, Valentine’s Day isn’t just for lovers, they also reveal that it’s also a day when they can challenge themselves not to get caught leading a double life.

The team at Dessert Boxes Australia received candid testimony from retailers who shared the horror stories and truth bombs that happened on February 14.

Previously, the team received an order from a customer who wanted to send gifts to two “different addresses and names” on Valentine’s Day.

An assistant to Michael Hill said he will never forget the man who planned to celebrate the day by getting engaged to two different people.

Retailers reveal their most incredible scammer stories ahead of Valentine's Day - including a man buying his partner's engagement ring at the same time

Retailers reveal their most incredible scammer stories ahead of Valentine’s Day – including a man buying his partner’s engagement ring at the same time

Dessert company reacts enthusiastically after sharing its confession

Dessert company reacts enthusiastically after sharing its confession

“He bought the same ring for two of his girlfriends, one in Brisbane and one in Perth where he works. He’s an unashamed FIFO,” the jeweler said.

Confessions from florists, jewelers, and other retailers abound—everyone who sells Valentine’s Day products seems to have a story to tell.

A florist said scammers often buy flowers for their mistresses at the same time as their wives.

“They would do it in one transaction so the wife wouldn’t question the flowers on the credit card bill because she also received a bouquet,” the woman revealed.

Others revealed that their clients had long-term relationships with both of their partners.

“We have a client whose assistant calls every year without written correspondence,” said one florist.

“Exactly the same bouquet and message, one for the wife, one for the mistress, the same chick for four years,” she added.

A customer service representative at a bank has revealed that others don’t “think carefully” about the information on their statements before spending money on gifts or holidays.

“How many men will call to change the description in their statement because they don’t want their wives to know…”

Retailers complaining about customers appear to be mostly women

Retailers complaining about customers appear to be mostly women

Others revealed that men with more than one partner often buy booth gifts in one transaction

Others revealed that men with more than one partner often buy booth gifts in one transaction

“Sorry man, it’s not my problem,” she said.

A woman who used to work at Bras and Things revealed she also sold multiple outfits to men ahead of Valentine’s Day.

“Mistresses always buy expensive suits, while wives buy special suits,” she says with disgust.

The stories made some followers “happy they’re single” on Valentine’s Day this year.

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