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03-25-2020 08:54 AM
I placed an order yesterday for two things. One will be here by Saturday....the other by April 21st? They never stated that the product would take a month to deliver when I ordered.
Why would Amazon even accept an order on prime that will take a month to arrive?They should Just say not available.
I do not care about waiting... a week or two....but a month?
03-25-2020 09:03 AM
I ordered crocheted doilies on Amazon. When I saw the estimated delivery date 6 weeks out, I went back and realized I had ordered it from a lady in China. I took a chance and contacted her (wasn't sure she spoke or read English). She and her husband were transferred to China from Kentucky. Her mother taught her how to crochet and cross-stitch. Anyway, they were worth the wait. Lovely craftsmanship.
From then on, I double check origin.
03-25-2020 09:06 AM
I just cancelled an order for jellybeans this morning because they had an April 22 delivery date. Clearly that wasn't the date shown when I ordered or I wouldn't have ordered them. The rest of my Easter candy's okay so far, but I'm going to check the ETA until they're delivered.
03-25-2020 09:16 AM
i have several longer-term delivery dates actually being shortened. i am trying to think way ahead due to obvious demand. i am not wild about going out in L A for anything these days.
but i have never not had a good delivery date estimate when i placed the order with Amazon. quite grateful for how it is handling a tough situation. maybe we are getting better service in NY LA SF due to more serious conditions than other parts of the country
03-25-2020 09:16 AM
The April delivery date is not always true, I ordered two items with those dates and they are arriving later this week
03-25-2020 09:39 AM
I think this is just the tip of the iceberg as far as deliveries. Im guessing that a lot of semi's will be used for necessary items such as food. The possibility of asking people not to order un-necessary items for a period of time may be in our near future.
03-25-2020 09:42 AM
Given the overload on the online system including the warehouse workers, the truckers, the local delivery people, etc. I think the company is being very responsible if they can deliver essentials ahead of non-life sustaining products. My kudos to Amazon for trying.
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