A MAN who went viral for revealing how he bought his house for next-to-nothing on Amazon has had his short-lived dream ripped out from under him.
He explained to his viewers that he hoped to build several of these homes on 13-acres of land that he owned, and rent them out at $750 to $800 (£588-628) a month.
And, unlike any tiny homes he had seen anywhere else, these houses supposedly came complete with a bathroom, kitchen
Graim told his viewers: “So we checked Amazon and it literally was a better deal all around and we’re gonna get it for…we’re gonna get it within the week.
“Literally within the week this is gonna be delivered somebody must be present to sign.”
Yet, Graim’s dreams were quickly nipped in the bud after a delivery problem kept persisting.
After his TikTok fanbase started commenting on his page asking for updates, he was forced to respond – saying that Amazon had emailed him claiming that there had been a fraudulent purchase on his account.
The TikTok user claimed that Amazon charged his American Express card five times, before emailing him to say that he needed to change his email address and password.
Graim added: “Amazon charged my card five times, reimbursed it five times, and then charged it two more times. So a total of seven charges.
“Now all of the charges have been reimbursed but they still won’t let me purchase it.
“I tried to purchase it two more times back to back but they won’t let me. It just won’t go through.”
Graim said that his purchase attempts always go through to a page that confirms the order, as well as a delivery date, but that it never seems to be processed properly.
He said that he’s tried to purchase it so many times now that the online retailer suspects fraud and have locked his account.
The TikTok entrepreneur has since said that until he figures out how to get around the ordering issues he’s currently facing, he has been forced to go back to the drawing board.
However, Graim is hardly the first person to have taken to the internet hoping to buy a tiny home.
As the housing crisis has taken the UK by storm, some Brits have been buying tiny houses from eBay for as little as £2,000.
While other savvy Brits have taken to making their own tiny homes.
One woman purchased a shed and completely renovated it into a super stylish home – complete with wooden floorboards, a living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom.