shokin wrote: No, I would blame on myself.
But I've more chances to choose a product that I like IN a concrete shop (house) than on the web.
Okay darling, now since we're both on the same page, let's talk about what you're saying above. We're talking about grocery right now, okay. Well, for what I know, people don't just pick any
type of food online. They do that in a grocery supermarket to try for new brand, etc.. The reason why is because I believe people are not that oblivious to realize that they can't try things online; therefore, they only choose what they're familiar with. Also, they only buy what they need in their fridge. Are you with me on this one?
Next, don't forget about pictures and descriptions. They're pretty much in details to let you know what the products are supposed to be like. They're doing the best they can to inform to you about the products. If you read them, have doubts, but still wanna try and then get disappointed later, I don't think you can blame on them. If you're suspicious about what you're buying, don't buy it. Internet services are mostly for convenience and maybe price, but not for something like you're asking for above. Human contact, conversation, blah blah blah, forget about all that stuff when you deal with stuff online. Things in life are not only black and white, there's a gray shade in between, and sometimes we stand in that gray shade once in awhile in our lives, I must remind you.