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I ordered a UV LED light box for disinfecting small object (such as masks and keys). I paid an additional $30 for expedited shipping, the original arrival date was …. today! (Is it here? No.)
I went on to say the device is coming from China and that the shipping information I was sent was bogus and FedEx says nothing has been shipped. The ‘Positive User Reviews’ were all from profiles with exactly four reviews each, and (Surprise!) they love everything they have bought to pieces! I gave them my opinion that Amazon is contributing to the COV19 fraudulent medical scams being pulled off by China.
And so, they are not publishing my review. It also explains why there are only four reviews, all five star and all bogus, they are suppressing the negative ones. Can’t go warning the marks, now can we?
As it is I’m out the $30 expedited shipping fee, which may be the easiest thirty bucks those Chinks ever made.
Seriously; advertise a product that is related to the mania connected to Cov19 and sterilization, offer two shipping estimates; slow boat or three day delivery for $30 extra. Collect the $30 and don’t ship. If the
mark customer cancels you made $30 without doing a thing. If they don’t bother to cancel another sixty. All you had to do was advertise a non-existent product on your partner in crimes website, and split the profit with your partner in crime, Amazon.com .
Update: In the past when Amazon refused to allow a review that might warn others about a problem with a product, I could insert the information into a comment attached to an existing review. I tried that here and every comment was scrubbed almost immediately.