No, Amazon isn’t the warmest and fuzziest of companies, as demonstrated by Julia Cheiffetz’s essay, I Had a Baby and Cancer When I Worked at Amazon. This Is My Story.
A boycott, however, most likely would not fly. American is too much a part of American life, beyond the fact the company has its positives as well.
- “Get a refund if the price drops within seven days.”
- “Don’t forget to check for clickable coupons.”
- “Textbooks on on Amazon may be cheaper in other countries.”
- “Shipping delayed? Get a replacement item shipped out ASAP.”
- “Didn’t get your Amazon Prime shipment in two days?” In the interest of rewarding the Advance with clicks, I’ll let Ms. Porpora supply the answer.
- “Share your Amazon Prime account with your significant other.”
- “Want to upgrade your shipping speed for cheap? Order items separately.”
- “Want an even better price? Get the Amazon Store Card for an additional an additional 5 percent off.”
- “Are you a college student? Get six months of Prime for free.”
- “Hate visiting the grocery store? Take Prime Pantry for a test drive.”