I will soon be home for my semi-annual shopping trip. I have made a huge Amazon order to ensure I would have everything waiting for me when I arrive. I ordered two steel mirrors from Coghlan’s through Amazon.
The are for the parrot, not for me.
So I looked at the invoice. Two mirrors, nine bucks. Shipping ten bucks. So I wrote a negative review on Amazon. (This is, I hope where it become interesting.) They sent me a new invoice indicating they would refund half the shipping cost, as they had mis- weighed the mirrors. Fine.
Except I got no refund. Further, the product page for the mirrors I ordered (with my review) was removed and a new product page. Same mirror, lower price, no review. So I copied my poor review to the new page. Guess what? They took that page down and now no longer seem to offer mirrors on Amazon.
I wrote them a nice note asking for my refund. They have not bothered to answer. Too busy changing their product pages to eliminate bad reviews, I suppose.
Wow?? That’s interesting. We can guess that it’s SOP. I guess thats one way of keeping your reviews in the positive, Just remove the ones that aren’t. What a petty dishonest trick. Better to do the refund they offered and allow you to post again.
(I may have lied. One place on Amazon told me the item was no longer available. Other places tell me it is. It is 23.00 here and past my time for bed. I suspect I made a mistake with my previous post. Sorry.)