Amazon.com Complaint - Actually Getting The Product You Bought
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA -- Whoops, we sold something for too low a price, so we're not going to actually give you the product.
Amazon was very eager for me to cancel my order. I bought an elliptical around May and have yet to receive the actual product by the end of June because Amazon claims to be out of stock. Funny thing is, they're still selling the EXACT product online. Amazon's explanation is that because the product was on sale by Amazon, Amazon has to get the product in stock to give me the sale price. The issue here is that they're no longer keeping the product in stock and instead lets a third party merchant fulfill the order. So why can't they fulfill my order through a third party seller?
Well, since the sale price listed by Amazon is $100 lower than the third party merchant's, Amazon says that the product must come from Amazon and not a third party seller. Huh. Couldn't they have told me that a month ago?