Nice try though. I don’t see how these failures get blamed on anyone but Amazon.com.
Failure numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 where not ordered together, but seem to somehow be batched together.
These products were ordered on Dec 16, 2016 then theoretically shipped Dec 16. Well, the screen shot below is from Jan 4, 2017.
The insulated water bottle was for a niece, the other for adults. The adults can wait, but my 12 year old niece, I’m not going to let Amazon do this to her.
So I got to run out on Christmas Eve and do some scramble shopping…my least favorite kind of shopping.
Now I just can’t wait for my item to arrive so I can sent it back.
As you can see by the screen shot taken Jan 4, 2017, it has not arrived.
But actually it has. We got it on Dec 30, 2016. Yet Amazon has no clue about this.
The bonus is it looks to be a fake. Yep, look real, except for all the stray thread, but is was delivered via China Post.
Maybe I’m wrong, but how often does an official NBA Adidas item get delivered straight from China?
So, Amazon, maybe, just maybe rather than trying to start a cargo airline or trying to deliver via drone (who cares), maybe you should focus on your logistics system first.