Richard, I'm not objecting to people asking a zillion dollars for some fashionable toy. I'm objecting to the liars and frauds who've infested Amazon.com and do not have the items they're supposedly offering for sale or who advertise falsely in other ways. I've seen the problem increase over time. I think amazon.com should take more steps to restrict access to its customer base by sellers who lie and defraud. Sharp practice should not feel at home here.
Amazon.com did not always restrict Christmas toy sales to those who passed muster. Now they do. I'd like them to go a bit further and insist that sellers who advertise a thing be able to ship the item when they're paid (for one). This request doesn't have anything to do with pricing.
This thread sure has gone on for a long time. It seems it touched a nerve.
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