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AMAZON does not protect it's customers

ASSET RECOVERY LIQUIDATORS, and AMAZON rip off consumers. WARNING, do not order from these guys at Amazon. They call themselves ASSET RECOVERY LIQUIDATORS on THE AMAZON WEBSITE. They send you the wrong product, then try to make you pay to ship it back to them. If you ship it without a tracking number, they keep your money and the product and pretend they never got the return. AMAZON even emails the seller if you don't use a tracking number, which allows them to scam people easier. On top of that, if ASSET RECOVERY LIQUIDATORS send you product that costs less than what you pay, they do not return the difference. AMAZON SEES NOTHING WRONG WITH THIS PRACTICE and DOES NOT protect the consumers buying from this corrupt business. With this post, I'm trying to protect future consumers from getting ripped off and remember to always use a tracking number or these guys will definately rip you off too, with AMAZONS help. Thank you.
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Amazon.com does not honor it's affiliate agreements

Two months ago I made a large purchase and wanted my designated charity to benefit. I could shop through iGive.com, resulting in 2.8% of my purchase being donated, or use Amazon who stated they would donate 6% of my purchase. So reluctantly, I clicked through the charity site to Amazon.com and made my purchase. followed up with the charity... no donation. followed up with Amazon and they responded that my cookies expired during my session and they would not credit my purchase to the charity. They were able to determine that I had correctly gone through the charity's website to their site, but refused to honor the agreement. how many others, in good faith, have purchased this way thinking their charity benefitted, when in reality Amazon manages to "expire the cookies" so that no link is made?
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Amazon - Not Author Friendly

I am a new author trying to set up my site to make it applealing to customers. I have been very lost and confused on how to include a picture of my book cover. Customer Service is no help. All they give me is a website that I already emailed and keep getting the runaround. Barnes and Noble has an author help site so you can get your answers and requests. Amazon is not an author friendly site. I am at a loss as to how to fix this problem and am wondering if other authors have experienced this difficulty.
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Amazon Customer Service Sucks

First off, I have never written anything about any company before. But Amazon really pissed me off with this one! I ordered some books (5-6) from Amazon.com last December. When I finally had the chance to read one of them, a sticker containing a code for the publishers website was missing. The whole point of the book is to go to the website for a personal test. I called Amazon and asked for a new book. They said that since 30 days had passed, it was my problem. How was I supposed to know that tucked in the middle of this book, my code was missing before I read the book? Since I had ordered so many, I could only read so many in 30 days. I buy about $2000 in books a year. Not one will ever be purchased from Amazon again. Amazon has lost my business forever, and yes I am going to tell everyone they suck!
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