Discussion in 'Marketplace Discussions' started by MusicNBeer, Dec 27, 2019.
Fool me once it's your fault; fool me twice it's my fault.
Hey, my wife says she still loves me even if I am a nerd.
Just send it right back,my nazareth box set came like that and they ruined it...not everyone opens their vinyl!
I got a John Hiatt LP today that was just tossed in a large box with some air pillows.
as far as i can recall, every record i've ordered from amazon came in a cardboard box with some air pillows. never had one arrive damaged.
Knock on wood - always had good luck with Amazon.
their vinyl deliveries are allover the map. sometimes in a proper vinyl cardboard package. sometimes double boxed. This week I got one in white plastic bag with amazon logo on it.
I don't always see options when checking out to have it placed in other packaging.
How can anyone with common sense expect anything even resembling a set-in-stone rule for packaging from such a behemoth ?
Thousands of employees x dozens of distribution centers per state x 50 states in US alone ?
the days of getting all the items from one order at the same time are gone too. now they ship from so many different locations. I placed an order yesterday, the items are arriving on three different days from two different delivery services.
I've had multiple amazon deliveries on the same day.
Another thing is the delivery dates change throughout any given day. says it will be delivered one day ends up being much sooner. I've had packages delivered and sat out all night because they were supposed to be delivered the next day. I never heard the driver show up and didn't re-check my tracking.
That post above just reminded me...while taking my grandsons back to their mother a few weeks ago, we actually saw 2 Amazon vans pass each other in the same roundabout !
I got this here from Amazon Germany yesterday, too. Unbelievable, but true. Cover was damaged, a big cut, Corner damage, mail sticker on the shrink. it goes back like it came for sure. crazy.
How can this happen? You need to listen to this:
BBC Radio 4 - Beyond Today, Amazon: is there any escape?
The story actually started here:
Amazon scraps ‘dystopian’ plans to put warehouse workers in cages, admitting it was a ‘bad idea’ | Daily Mail Online
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