Amazon Reviews in Washington, District Of Columbia
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Amazon review in Washington, District Of Columbia: Gift Card Refund?
Amazon review in Washington, District Of Columbia: Cell phone scam from seller from China.
- Ordering online
- Ease of checkout
- Shipping policy
- False a-to-z guarantee
- No manager follow up
Amazon review in Washington, District Of Columbia: Says it shipped, tracking says so, but didn't
Update by user Jul 19, 2012
Added on July 19- The reason I bought this item from Amazon was because I was offered a $30 discount if I applied and was accepted for an Amazon Chase credit card. The card arrived today and the package is still 2 days and 37 miles away!
Original review posted by user Jul 18, 2012I ordered 2 items- one eligible...
I bought a Amazon Kindle fire
Amazon review in Washington, District Of Columbia: Used items as new
Amazon review in Washington, District Of Columbia: Claims they have free shipping & then charges shipping
Amazon review in Washington, District Of Columbia: Overpriced
Update by user Jun 08, 2011
Where I say $138, it should say $138 more.
Original review posted by user Jun 08, 2011I just purchased a Canon PowerShot SX130 IS Digital Camera for $191 from Amazon and Fingerhut list the same Camera for $329. That is a 72% mark up on the same product. If you don't believe me do the math or have someone who can do the math for you. Here is the website http://www.best-price.com/product/canon-powershot-sx130-is-digital-camera/101677493/1/ I got the information off of. However, Fingerhut does not use the exact name as the others Canon 12MP/12X Zoom Digital Camera, but on close up it is the exact same as what I ordered. I do not understand why Fingerhut's prices are so much higher. It does not make sense. I know we live in a capitalist country and if people will pay that price then it is not a crime to charge, in my opinion if I owned a company, I would have good ethics and keep my prices fair. I don't care how big my company is, I would not try and over charge people for products, that in this case they find $138 cheaper. So people if you have access, go to a website that will give a comparison of prices and pick the best price. I do not know how a company could stay in business, somehow, someway people are not forced to use Fingerhut, but have no other option. That is the only reason I could see someone paying $138 for the same product.
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