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Read More and there are no longer any fees associated with the Amazon Card, and the company says its also cheaper than buying a card from a credit card company.
“If you shop in Amazon, we will take care of your cards and fees.
We are taking this seriously and we are taking action to make this right,” Amazon said in a statement.”
It’s a win-win situation for us and our customers.
If you shop with us, you pay less, so we can be transparent and let customers know about our costs.”
But some customers were left disappointed by the announcement, with one saying: “I’m a cardholder, I don’t want Amazon to charge me.”
“I don’t understand why I have to pay the fee to be able to buy something at the store.
I just want to shop at Amazon,” he added.”
I feel it’s unfair to charge people for things they have no access to.
I feel like they have to give out cards that they don’t have,” he said.”
Amazon has to take responsibility for the actions they are taking to ensure they are doing things right.
If they’re not, then I can only blame myself.”
Amazon said it was making the changes to protect its customers, but said it would continue to offer cardholders the option of shopping at Amazon.com.
It’s also launching an Amazon Gift Card, which will be used to purchase gift cards for people in the US.
Amazon’s decision to withdraw the Amazon Cards from stores has been welcomed by online retailers and many other businesses who have been struggling to compete with Amazon’s services.
“We have been working hard to make sure that consumers are able to get their products at a fair price, and that we provide our customers with the best possible shopping experience,” Amazon UK CEO Matthew McGovern said in the statement.
He said that as a result, “we are reducing our retail pricing by about 40 per cent for a limited time”.
The move comes after the Amazon store card was introduced in March, offering the ability to pay for online orders online and to pay with credit or debit cards.
Amazon said the changes were “an extension of our commitment to help our customers and partners make the best choices and to help them get the products they want faster, easier and cheaper.”