Stephen E. Arnold: Amazon – A Succulent Target for Criticism

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Stephen E. Arnold

Amazon: A Succulent Target for Criticism

Heads up, Amazon, not everyone loves your shopping service. One example is the profane bassoonist. Yeah, that type of person exists in Amazonland. The story of the bassoon strap, a subscription service, and other money grubbing methods employed by the digital superstore infuse “What If Actually…Is A Horrible Website?”

The key point for me was this statement:

And then there are the outright scams. Like the unimaginable shipping prices on a cheap shower drain cover, which could only possibly mean they hope someone accidentally hits two-day shipping so they can charge them $1,000.

If accurate, Amazon is big, so large that making the store a tidy, positive experience has been slipping away.

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