OVER the years, Depop has become one of the most favourite shopping apps, where users can get their hands on items that other people no longer want.

But just like with all fashion online, buying something you don't have the chance to see in person comes with a huge risk.

And unfortunately, no one knows is better than one unlucky fashionista, who was in for a surprise upon opening a parcel delivered to her by a Depop seller.

After opening the packaging, the style lover was mortified when she realised the cute little bag she had ordered was covered in gross mould from top to bottom.

Shocked and frustrated, the person immediately proceeded to message the seller on Depop.

''I thought you said it was brand new from ASOS???

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''It's literally all mouldy! Did you even check the bag?

''I feel like you knew about this by the way.

''You were so shady when I asked you to upload actual pics of the bag,'' the mortified shopper penned.

However, much to the Depop fan's surprise, it seems the seller couldn't have cared any less, as they responded with a simple: ''Sounds like a you problem babe xx.''

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A screenshot of the conversation between the parties involved – as well as the images of the dirty accessory – was submitted to the popular Instagram account, Depop Drama.

And it's safe to say that social media users were left in stitches, with one commenting: ''Forget vintage, that's prehistoric.''

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Another chuckled: ''From asos’ first ever line.''

''They’ve definitely just learned that phrase and are now saying it constantly,'' someone else joked.

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Amongst the followers of the page were also those who thought it was the buyer's mistake for trusting the seller in the first place.

''Rule number 1: don’t buy things from listings that only show the item from website screenshots,'' a person said.

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