Businessman says he ordered four iPhones 15 Pro Max from Apple and received… 60!

2023-11-06 16:56:46

A curious story, to say the least, involving businessman Giovanni Petruzziello, resident of the American state of Connecticut, is going viral on TikTok: in a video posted on the network, he claims to have ordered 4 iPhones 15 Pro Max from Apple and was surprised to receive 60 units — totaling around US$100 mil (almost R$490 thousand) in devices.

He said he placed the order in mid-September; however, on November 1st, when Apple notified him about the delivery of the devices, he received three boxes filled with the top-of-the-line model, all with 1TB of storage.

A TikToker claims he accidentally received more than $100,000 worth of iPhone 15 Pro Max models he didn’t order. ????
He received 60 in total and they are all the more expensive 1TB models…

Petruzziello shared a video that showed him unpacking the three boxes, each containing 20 iPhones.

In other videos published later, Petruzziello explained that Apple did not charge for the 60 iPhones — but only for the 4 he had ordered. Furthermore, in response to Internet users who questioned him about returning surplus devices, he researched that, by law, he is not obliged to return them if the devices were sent in error.

The businessman said, however, that he would wait for someone from Apple to contact him. So far there is no information about what happened to the devices.

What would you do in a situation like this? ????

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