Avoid Wish's "Limited Quantity Deals" it's a click bait scam. I shop from Wish a lot and always looking for cheap pricing and some 3rd party items. When this Limited quantity deal started popping up on my feed, I was blown away. My first couple orders were for 2 cargo pants (different colors), 2 Tablets, a 10pcs Rechargable Batteries set, a mini air conditioner and 2 leather jackets in different colors. I had told a family member about this promotion thinking it was a great deal, so he had asked if I could get him a set of drill bits, a security camera and 2 tablets. So I ordered them for him. Mind you, according to Wish, these are $1 each and $1 shipping.
So the following day, more stuff appeared and I ordered 2 camcorder, 2 Superman Statues and a few other things. Now, I know this is all expensive stuff, but Wish's sellers were offering it for $1. The following day, I noticed my orders started showing "Refunded" I figured...ok, I probably missed the deals on them and they didn't have the quantity. Then, all my orders got canceled and refunded as it states "Seller is unable to fulfill this order". Which was really weird considering all the orders got refunded. So I looked for more deals and the same items I ordered from the sellers, are back listed on Wish's site as limited quantity deals again. So I tried to replace my order keeping it at a minimum of 1 and when I ordered the security camera again it stated "Only 4 Left!". So I waited again and all my orders were getting canceled again.
I wanted to reach out to Wish to find out why (especially with the security camera) but had a hard time with their stupid automated chat system (that does nothing to help by the way). When I finally out smarted their chat system, I sent a message to a customer service agent. I got back a generic answer about how if the seller is unable to fulfill the order, they will refund it and it can take up to 14 days before you receive your refund. So I responded saying that I understand that but how can an item be unfulfilled but at the same time be listed back on the site as if the seller still has the item available? I got another generic message saying the same thing as last time. I wrote back again asking the same question, this time I hot a response saying they are sad to hear I'm having problems with Wish and appreciate the feedback. They will address my concern with the company to help them improve. I wrote back again saying I wanted something done and have yet to hear from them.
So if you see these deals, know that they will never ship (because the sellers think it will only cost $1 to ship but really find out that it's more than that and they just cancel the order). I would avoid this at all cost as it's a scam.
For all the people saying "fake post, limited 1 per person, that's what it says read" apparently you weren't around when it first started and it didn't have that posted anywhere. The "1st person wins" was just added after they received numerous complaints. Might want to pay attention before replying and know what it is that you are talking about.