- Report: #937062
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Complaint Review: Amazon
Amazon Amazon closed account owes refund to me Internet
Sent some items back especially shoes that were not comfortable hence not as advertised. Always got a refund.
Before the long weekend placed and order for a new digital camera, value $1000. It arrived in just a box no extra packing material like styrofoam or air pockets.
Charge battery, plug it in, camera will not turn on. Tried several things, no luck. Called Amazon, they sent a replacement ASAP.
Received the next day. Played with it over the weekend, but the camera kept shutting randomly off. So I returned it as well after the weekend.
Requested a refund. Chatted with an associate about it, and was assured I will receive a refund.
Now I get up this morning had an email Amazon closed my account because of too many returns. singed by generic Account Specialist, no name, nothing. I can't login my account. While it maybe somewhat understandable, now I wonder what happens to my refund they owe me over $1000. Called customer service several times requesting to speak to someone about my return. Was told the customer account specialist will respond within 24 hours. What? I can't login my account, cant access past receipts nor my past digital software download.
I so far already filed a complaint with the attorney General. Anyone ever sued Amazon in small claims court? I will but would like some guidance. Thanks
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