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I placed an order for some router bits that were fulfilled by Amazon. They ended up not being in stock, and I cancelled the order. The seller FIVEPEARS began sending messages demanding that I review them and their product, so I did. Amazon removed my reviews and blocked me from writing reviews. This demonstrates that Amazon is no longer unbiased and a safe resource for buyers.

The seller than emailed me a creepy message including my physical description, job, and what I perceive to be sexual advances from a seller that is clearly not located in America. Based on the "english" in the message, it was composed by someone that doesn't have a vague understanding of our language.

Amazon does not respect my concerns for my safety regarding this seller. I have no recourse. They won't even refund the remaining portion of my Prime membership. I don't think anyone can say that I should continue to shop with Amazon after this foul interaction.

I have opened 3 reports with Amazon. They say it will take 2 weeks to investigate. I guess I just have to be bullied, victimized, harassed, stalked and threatened indefinitely. Thanks Amazon. I feel very loved.

Product or Service Mentioned: Amazon Review Listing.

Reason of review: Harassment, stalking, bullying, threatening.

Preferred solution: FIVEPEARS must be removed from the Amazon Marketplace.

I didn't like: Poor treatment of loyal customer, Refusal to refund membership, Denying responsibility, Refusing to help, Allowing a seller to threaten me.

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nativenyer
#1591157

It looks like the seller used Google translate to write his message. He probably doesn't speak a word of English.

h.kitchener
#1590544

Amazon.com is not all that it is cracked up to be, apparently. I think "arrogant" is the word.

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