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Well, if you have read my daily scribbles for today, you must know now that I’m formally legitimate in driving a car. And you must also know that Amazon is pissing me so eagerly that I decided to report my order that hasn’t arrived yet. And I was surprised that by reporting, I can earn my cash back and still get the order. Here’s what they said (I’ve removed the links for privacy issues):

Hello,

I’m sorry to hear your DVD’s didn’t arrive by the estimated delivery date of April 6, 2011.

In my experience, late packages arrive not long after the estimated delivery date. Please wait a little longer, until April 27, 2011, before requesting a refund or replacement. Otherwise, you might have to deal with returning a package.

To compensate for any inconvenience, I have refunded your shipping costs. A refund in the amount of $20.95 should appear on your next credit card statement.

Packages shipped internationally are sent to the carrier’s nearest regional shipping hub and then delivered to customers by their local postal authorities. Tracking and delivery confirmation is only available if the carrier provides it to Amazon.com.

I hope this helps. We look forward to seeing you again soon.

Thank you for your recent inquiry. Did I solve your problem?

If yes, please click here:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/survey?p=***

If no, please click here:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/survey?p=***

Best regards,

Suchita J
Amazon.com
Your feedback is helping us build Earth’s Most Customer-Centric Company.
http://www.amazon.com/***

Isn’t this great? I can get 1/3 of my freaking money and still get my package back? Lesson learned: Report when your packages don’t arrive in time. I would laugh my heart out if the order arrives tomorrow.

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