A woman in India can buy a candle from an “earwable candle shop” and “sparkle” it, or even buy a whole “massage candle” from a “beautiful” candle seller.
And this is where you come in.
The Indian market is rife with these kinds of sellers, and there are even “jewellery candle” sellers.
In addition to the candles sold by the candle seller, the “jewelers” also sell sparklers, which are made of wax, or “sugar” with an odorless, tasteless fragrance.
And when you buy a “jeweled candle” (which can cost as much as a kilo of sugar), you are buying a “spoiled” candle that can be easily discarded.
The candle sellers in India are often women, and in a recent study conducted by the Indian Medical Councils (IMC), it was found that one-third of women who bought candles were the same age as the candle sellers.
In India, candle sellers are usually not licensed.
While many Indian women who buy candles from these sellers are educated, educated women, most of whom have not been married or are not in the labour force, are not licensed and thus, cannot be held accountable for the sale of a fake candle.
But a lot of women, especially the young, are buying “spinning candles” from these “jewellers” or even “spoke candles” (a word often used in India to describe “spooky” candles) that are actually fake.
So, if you are in India, the first thing you need to do is to contact the local police, as this is an extremely serious crime.
The most common form of fake candle selling is by buying the candle for cash.
The seller will pay cash and send the buyer back to a house.
This is usually done for a few days and then the seller will return to the buyer and take the cash, which the buyer has to pay again.
The buyer can then sell the fake candle or fake wax candles at any time for money, or give it to someone else.
A fake candle seller will also usually send the cash to another buyer in return for a fake wax candle.
A lot of people have been buying these “spice” candles, which look like wax candles and are advertised as having “spices and spices”.
They are very common and sold in Indian markets.
The real thing?
The seller is selling sugar candles, as the sugar is very expensive and hard to find.
If you buy one of these sugar candles in India you are likely to pay over Rs 1,000.
The sale of these fake candles in Indian market can often be as much more than the cost of the candle.
The seller will usually make you pay for shipping and handling.
A lot of sellers are not upfront about shipping costs.
One seller in Rajasthan, in India’s northeastern state of Bihar, even made a profit by selling fake candles for Rs 1.2 lakh.
A number of sellers have also been caught using fake wax, as a means of profit, to attract customers.
A number of fake candles have been detected in India.
One such seller is named Kailash Dhanush, who sells a fake “rose candle”.
It is said that Kailad, the seller, sold it for Rs. 1,500 and later on gave it to a woman who was in the process of selling a fake flower.
According to the IMC, there are many more “spare” fake candles sold in India by women, but in most cases, these are fake wax.
So if you see these fake “spares” in India and want to buy them, you will have to be a bit more careful.
Another common scam is the sale and sale of “spicy candles”.
These candles are usually sold for Rs 5,000 or more, and they have the scent of peppermint, chili and other spices.
The sellers often use the buyer to collect the money and then return the fake candles to the seller.
But if you buy this fake candle, you are most likely to get a fake sugar candle, which is of the same quality and smell as the real one.
In addition, a lot more people in India buy these “soup” candles and “chili” candles from the sellers.
So be careful about the fake “chilies” in your house, as some sellers are making money from this scam.