posted on Apr, 22 2013 @ 07:59 AM
I've never had an issue with Amazon, perhaps they were suspicious that you've had so many Kindles but they're all "broken". (Not saying they're not,
but emphasis from their perspective).
So they just appear broken? That is weird.
Whats weirder I think, is that you don't even own a mobile phone. I have a Nokia something or other. It's about a million light years old, all it does
is call and text, and thats all I need it to do. It cost about £5. Even if you don't put any credit on the thing, you could still use it for
emergency calls, if say for example, someone tried stealing one of your many Kindles? I'm 26, some people might think it's weird that I don't have a
smart phone, but what do I need one for when I have other tech?
Personally, I prefer paper-back books. Any second hand book store, thrift store, charity shop has about a bazillion books on sale, and many of them
best sellers. Imagine picking up a full set of Harry Potter books for example in a charity shop and only paying £3.50-£7 for the lot... whereas
buying them via e-readers means you pay full price (sometimes upwards of £8 per book!) No 'second hand' when it comes to e-readers. Thats where the
money is made. And being a book fanatic, I like physically owning my books.
And really, this isn't Amazon's fault that you rage quit out of the conversation rather than sticking with it and getting it resolved. Perhaps you
could rename your title to "DAMN MY IMPATIENCE WITH ONLINE CUSTOMER SERVICES!"
edit on 22-4-2013 by Lulzaroonie because: (no reason