I recently tried to buy a book on AMZN. The seller appeared to have a decent rating. The seller took my money, and then told me it didn't have the book. The seller did not respond to 3 emails of inquiry that I sent. On the 4th email, I mentioned that as an attorney, I have counseled thousands of clients on consumer fraud, and I subsequently elucidated the steps I was going to take against the seller. The seller subsequently gave me and some other buyers a refund. What a waste of my time. I decided to go to Barnesandnoble.com instead. So much for my AMAZON account. Just another reminder of why I am shorting this piece of crap company.
Well, if this frightening tale doesn't show the stock's at a top I don't know what would.
> I decided to go to Barnesandnoble.com instead. So much for my AMAZON account. Just another reminder of why I am shorting this piece of crap company
Save your refund. You never know when you'll need additional margin to avoid being forced out of your position before you are proven right.
Over the years, I have bought many books fr. Amazon and I have been very satisfied with the service as well as the price.
Your bad experience with some Amazon store front seller does not mean that Amazon has a bad business model. Are you always completely satisfied with Walmart? I bet u ain't!
<<Just another reminder of why I am shorting this piece of crap company.>>
Thanks for the disclosure...I bet if you went long AMZN, you'd be a lot better off than your $12.95 refund you received...Not to mention your 3 hours of self-proclaimed, billable attorney fees. What a joke.
I'm pouring myself a drink while you cross your T's and lose money;-)