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By Yongsik Pi, 26-May-2012 14:44 PDT Permalink Report abuse

I used free trial of Amazon Prime Membership but forgot to cancel it.

$79 is charged on May. 22. but I just cancelled it today(May. 26.)

I have never used any benefits of prime membership from May to May. 26. and want to get refund $79..

Is it possible to get refund?

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By reg, 26-May-2012 14:48 PDT Permalink Report abuse

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26-May-2012 14:44 PDT

I used free trial of Amazon Prime Membership but forgot to cancel it.

$79 is charged on May. 22. but I just cancelled it today(May. 26.)

I have never used any benefits of prime membership from May to May. 26. and want to get refund $79..

Is it possible to get refund?

You should be getting the full refund. Any concerns, use the Contact Us button to the right to check with customer service.

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By L.L. Davis, 26-May-2012 16:47 PDT Permalink Report abuse

You have a good to great push approach but your systems are -not so good.
Please understand that intelligent systems exist and you should be able to differentiate those instances where we provide a physical address for UPS and FEDEx and by NECESSITY, a PO Box for USPS delivery.
Customers exist for vendors that understand this simple point. The delivery systems exist to connect the two.
Somehow this has gotten backwards.

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By reg, 26-May-2012 17:57 PDT Permalink Report abuse

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26-May-2012 16:47 PDT

You have a good to great push approach but your systems are -not so good.
Please understand that intelligent systems exist and you should be able to differentiate those instances where we provide a physical address for UPS and FEDEx and by NECESSITY, a PO Box for USPS delivery.
Customers exist for vendors that understand this simple point. The delivery systems exist to connect the two.
Somehow this has gotten backwards.

Is there a question about Prime membership (the title of this thread) in here? If not, please start your own discussion. You might also want to use a question mark so we can tell where the question might be.

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By L.L. Davis, 26-May-2012 18:01 PDT Permalink Report abuse

Reg,
You certainly know how to make my point.
Prime Membership is worthless if your delivery systems are antiquated

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By reg, 26-May-2012 18:05 PDT Permalink Report abuse

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26-May-2012 18:01 PDT

Reg,
You certainly know how to make my point.
Prime Membership is worthless if your delivery systems are antiquated

Does this mean you are wanting Amazon to give you a choice of carriers? Many would like to see this happen and we are encouraging them to make their wants known. Here is a place you can do so.

To make a suggestion:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/contact-us/features-and-services.html

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By L.L. Davis, 26-May-2012 18:11 PDT Permalink Report abuse

The idea of a choice of carriers has merit.
My question is that when we (customers) pay for Amazon Prime and cannot use its features because---- when you give a physical address and a PO Box , Amazon prime does not work.

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By MamaBear007, 26-May-2012 18:19 PDT Permalink Report abuse

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26-May-2012 18:11 PDT

The idea of a choice of carriers has merit.
My question is that when we (customers) pay for Amazon Prime and cannot use its features because---- when you give a physical address and a PO Box , Amazon prime does not work.

L.L. Davis,
We are customers, not Amazon employees. reg told you how you can suggest a feature to Amazon. If you want to send a message to Amazon, use that link.

For the record, reg was agreeing with you, that being able to choose the shipper is a good idea. Since I thought it was a good idea, I also sent the request to Amazon a few months ago. The more people who ask for that feature, the more likely that Amazon will give it to us. If it's important to you, please add your voice to ours. Who knows? Your voice may be the one that convinces Amazon to give us that option.

* Edited for clarification.

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By Derrick Dodson, 26-May-2012 18:35 PDT Permalink Report abuse

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26-May-2012 18:11 PDT

The idea of a choice of carriers has merit.
My question is that when we (customers) pay for Amazon Prime and cannot use its features because---- when you give a physical address and a PO Box , Amazon prime does not work.

I really hate to continue the harping on this subject, but traditionally, when someone says "My question is..." they don't usually follow it with a statement. They usually follow it with...(would anyone care to guess?)...a question.

MY question is, the sky is blue.
My question is, I like peanut butter.
My question is, you're not asking a question.

See? Those doesn't make any sense.

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By L.L. Davis, 26-May-2012 18:48 PDT Permalink Report abuse

The question was furnished by Amazon to establish a general subject.
The subject was Amazon Prime or in this case sub-prime about lack of a knowledge base regarding PO delivery and other carriers.
Your answer indicates reasoning that would have made Aristotle proud (peanut butter)?
The sad conclusion is that Amazon Prime cannot deliver its products to an environment where a physical address and a PO box are required, even peanut butter

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By MamaBear007, 26-May-2012 18:53 PDT Permalink Report abuse

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26-May-2012 18:48 PDT

The question was furnished by Amazon to establish a general subject.
The subject was Amazon Prime or in this case sub-prime about lack of a knowledge base regarding PO delivery and other carriers.
Your answer indicates reasoning that would have made Aristotle proud (peanut butter)?
The sad conclusion is that Amazon Prime cannot deliver its products to an environment where a physical address and a PO box are required, even peanut butter

So, did you use that link that reg provided? I've already told you that you're talking to customers in the forum -- NOT to Amazon. I've also told you that reg and I think it would be a good idea for Amazon to give the option to choose the shipper. I even told you that I felt strongly enough about it that I sent in my own request to Amazon. So what does all that mean? It means that you're preaching to the choir. While it might feel good, it won't solve anything.

Now, I have a question for you... Do you really want to do something constructive that will help the situation, or did you just come here to rant? If you're just here to rant, I'll bid you adieu.

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By L.L. Davis, 26-May-2012 19:01 PDT Permalink Report abuse

Thank you a voice of reason.
I am not preaching to the choir unless you live on an at an address with no postal delivery and you have paid for Amazon Prime.
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By MamaBear007, 26-May-2012 19:05 PDT Permalink Report abuse

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26-May-2012 19:01 PDT

Thank you a voice of reason.
I am not preaching to the choir unless you live on an at an address with no postal delivery and you have paid for Amazon Prime.
I

Then you are preaching to the choir. I drive five miles (one way) to get my mail, as USPS does not deliver to the houses in my tiny town. And yes, I do have a Prime membership. There are more of us in this situation than most people would suspect.

Really, the more people who ask for any particular feature, the more likely that Amazon will give it to us. I've seen Amazon make changes when enough customers have asked for it. Please, send a request to Amazon. Yours might be the voice that tips the scale in our favor.

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By Derrick Dodson, 26-May-2012 19:20 PDT Permalink Report abuse

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26-May-2012 18:48 PDT

The question was furnished by Amazon to establish a general subject.
The subject was Amazon Prime or in this case sub-prime about lack of a knowledge base regarding PO delivery and other carriers.
Your answer indicates reasoning that would have made Aristotle proud (peanut butter)?
The sad conclusion is that Amazon Prime cannot deliver its products to an environment where a physical address and a PO box are required, even peanut butter

Holy Gobbledegook, LL. Are you just throwing darts at a wall full of words and typing them in here? "The question was furnished by Amazon to establish a general subject." What does that even mean? Dog go mambo in the banana patch. Hey! I can do it too!

On most standard keyboards, there is a symbol that looks like this: ?

It's down next to the shift key on the right side of the keyboard along with the slash symbol, "/", which is below it. We ask questions by putting together words in such a way as to attempt to elicit information from another person or persons, and, if doing this in written form, follow that text with that shepherd's crook looking symbol I just helped you locate. You obviously know WHERE the symbol is, because you just used it, but you seem to be struggling with its usage. Or were you seriously asking if my reasoning would have made Aristotle proud? I can tell you that your grammar is certainly giving me a headache, though.

I'm with Mama. Adieu.

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By L.L. Davis, 26-May-2012 19:25 PDT Permalink Report abuse

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