well...if you qualify for a refund, win win!All of my large package Amazon orders seem to go through a logistics company called "CEVA". I get the feeling they're focused a lot more on the logistics of getting parcels from one warehouse to another than they are on the final mile of home delivery.
My exercise bike has been sitting somewhere in Moncton since last Wednesday night, and doesn't appear to be inclined to switch from "on hand at destination" to "out for delivery".
To make matters worse... today is the delivery date spit out by amazon's system so I won't be able to get them to poke the shipper for a couple of days.
Wow very smoky today in Toronto, can actually see the haze at ground level and can smell it.I never liked that I work lower main land and every year whe nfire season starts the smoke comes down and you can smell it and it gets in your cloths adn stain them, not much can be done even feel in in the mouth and on the skin do to the washroom at work rincse my face off use a paper towel see the grit from the smoke in the air that came from your skin
I have never ordered any big ticket item from Amazon...but lots of stuff has been delayed or lost and when that has happened I often get a notification that if 'something' isn't delivered by 'this date' you qualify for a refund. a lot of the time whatever that 'something' was does arrive...No, it was a sale item (damn near 50% off of $700) so I very much want to get the product as opposed to having them cancel and refund......
It really piss me off reading news like this. These assholes layoff a bunch of people including my friend but now they have money to donate to charity to guilt people back into the office. I'm extra pissed because of my current company as well. No money to level my pay but can afford to stay at the bloody JW Marriot in Vancouver. I bet even with corporate discount, that place isn't cheap.