After the last week's events people on the forum have suggested emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.This is mine.Will probably never hear back but it should act as a cautionary tale for anyone thinking of doing business with Amazon Australia. -I am writing to express my anger and extreme frustration with dealing with Amazon Australia. For over 20 years I was a loyal and frequent Amazon customer.When the geoblock was announced all goodwill I had disappeared.The Australian subsidiary was mostly overpriced and had limited range.The GST compliance argument you mounted was transparently false and no other retailer used it as a pretence to block Australian shoppers. There have been a few items I have ordered from .com.au and it is my experience with these culminating in the Loving The Alien farce that has "inspired" me to write. First item was the Tom Petty box set An American Treasure.For 8 days after release it was shown as in stock and shipping soon on my order page.After the first 5 days when it didn't ship I contacted the Help people and was assured it would ship straight away.After another 2 days it still hadn't shipped and I had to go through the contact process again to get it shipped. At least I got it eventually but now we come to the crunch.One week later the John Lennon Imagine box was released.I didn't order it from you as I was able to get it $50 cheaper from another retailer(received from Germany 6 days after release by the way).This would be part of approximately $650 worth of music bought from other retailers since July that I once would have bought from you. The people who did preorder Imagine were informed on release day that they would have no stock for at least 6 weeks.At that time some of those who had also preordered the Bowie box Loving The Alien from them made enquiries about whether those preorders would be sent on release date of 12 October and were told that sufficient stock existed to honour preorders. Now we come to 12 October.The Bowie box which I preordered within hours of it going up on the site on 21 July was shown as shipping today on my order page(it still is!).Then late afternoon an email was sent saying that the supplier had informed them they couldn't supply stock for 5 weeks.Hard to believe as they would use the same supplier as JB Hi Fi who do have stock. Obvious questions 1Why couldn't you get enough stock to fill a preorder that had been made on July 21? 2Why were people told a week before that stock would be available? 3What is the purpose of Amazon.com.au even existing when it trashes your corporate reputation on pricing,range and customer service? This clown Amazon parody that exists in Australia is deservedly copping a hammering on the Internet.It is up to you whether you remove the geoblock although newspaper reports about tumbling Amazon turnover in Australia should have made you realise by now it was a bad decision. Either way after I get the orders I have in the system at the moment I think I am done with Amazon after 20 years as your Australian operation is incapable of supplying product and cannot be trusted.