Amazon.com Scams

Posing as Amazon giveaway

 

My Complaint: Got an email saying Amazon wanted to give me a gift to reward my shopping with them. I paid shipping for a watch, then saw my credit card was charged $97.21. I called to complain and found I had been signed up to receive a watch every month for the same price…watches that sell on eBay for $12 to $15. I demanded a refund and offered to send the watch back but was told they “did not give refunds.” When asked to speak to a supervisor I was told he was “in a meeting”. When I asked when he could call me back was told “Supervisors never call people.” I at least got him to agree to cancel my watch-a-month deal that I never signed up for in the first place.

 

My Demand: A full refund.

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