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Returned item this morning. Amazon emailed letting me know full amount has been refunded! Sure enough! Shows up on my account. Impressive needless to say. This is why plan continuing shopping with Amazon. Love Prime! Looking forward to watching Amazon deliver more outstanding performance. Bravo!!!🙋
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Amazon has the best customer service out there. 

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I know!  As soon as the return gets scanned by UPS, they start processing the refund.  Love Amazon. 

 

The only thing about them that really irriitates me is the pricing game they play.  I can order something one day and get a good price. Two days later, after it's delivered, I decide I want to order a second "one."  I see the price has gone up. 

 

If I really want it, I pay the difference, but I'm really bugged.  If I decide to watch and wait, sometimes the price comes down and sometimes the price goes higher.  Life is too busy for games.  

 

 

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Sounds like the Q should listen up - with all the complaints on this forum for the Q, the Q seriously need to do some revisions in their company.

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@hoosieroriginal

 

ITA.  The Q has a whole lot of catching up to do in order to get close to that of amazon's c/s.

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@onlyshopsonline wrote:

I know!  As soon as the return gets scanned by UPS, they start processing the refund.  Love Amazon. 

 

The only thing about them that really irriitates me is the pricing game they play.  I can order something one day and get a good price. Two days later, after it's delivered, I decide I want to order a second "one."  I see the price has gone up. 

 

If I really want it, I pay the difference, but I'm really bugged.  If I decide to watch and wait, sometimes the price comes down and sometimes the price goes higher.  Life is too busy for games.  

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

But that's what happens in grocery store, department stores, at the gas station too.

 

 

I buy something today, and next week it's at a lower price.

 

 

 

I don't see how what Amazon does is any different than that.

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@pommom wrote:

@hoosieroriginal

 

ITA.  The Q has a whole lot of catching up to do in order to get close to that of amazon's c/s.


@pommom - I hear you.  It's obvious they don't read all of the complaints on this forum - I've never seen so many complaints as have been posted lately.  Really sad the Q is going downhill fast. 

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Amazon is the best .. even my husband does his shopping there ...anything

he might need tool or nut and bolt wise he finds it there ....

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@onlyshopsonline wrote:

I know!  As soon as the return gets scanned by UPS, they start processing the refund.  Love Amazon. 

 

The only thing about them that really irriitates me is the pricing game they play.  I can order something one day and get a good price. Two days later, after it's delivered, I decide I want to order a second "one."  I see the price has gone up. 

 

If I really want it, I pay the difference, but I'm really bugged.  If I decide to watch and wait, sometimes the price comes down and sometimes the price goes higher.  Life is too busy for games.  

 

 


 

 

That's the seller, not Amazon (even though it may be "Fulfilled by Amazon"). It's supply and demand. When an item isn't selling the price goes down. If 1-2 people buy it and their stock goes down, they'll raise the price. Most of the smaller items I buy or have on "Save for Later" go up/down less than $5; that doesn't bother me.

 

They don't advertise or encourage it but sometimes if you call them they'll give you the price break. I would never bother for a few dollars, but once I bought something (forget what) and within 3-4 days the price dropped $40. I called; they took $40 off for me. 

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@pommom wrote:

@hoosieroriginal

 

ITA.  The Q has a whole lot of catching up to do in order to get close to that of amazon's c/s.


@pommom  With QVC's  antiquated web site, repaired with duck tape, QVC will NEVER CATCH UP.   It is only a matter of time that QVC will gone. They just do not keep up with the times..... and will be left in the dust.