- Report: #1142356
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Complaint Review: Amazon.com
Amazon.com, Marguerite Y Gerum email@example.com Amazon Unfair Business and disreputable buyer. Shepherdstown, WV 25443-4120 Internet & WV
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Amazon offers refunds to buyers yet gives no real consideration to the sellers. Why because there are so many of them and Amazon could care less about the sellers. One falls to the wayside 100 follow.
Buyers, like this one take advantage of sellers by making outrageous claims to support their return, to the point that they damage the item, as this buyer did, Yet Amazon supports this type of Seller by giving them back MY money and forcing me to accept a damaged returned book!
Amazon, says refunds on NEW items are given... nothing is said about used items.
This buyer purchased a 40 year old book, knowing the cover was damaged and returned it first complaining, it smelled. When that did not work, she complained the cover was damaged, when that didn't work changed her complains again and again till Amazon gave her what she wanted.
Amazon engages in unfair business dealings!
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