Advantages And Disadvantages Of Amazon

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Register to read the introduction… You do not need to setup a Paypal account or other on- line financial account. All you need is a bank account. Amazon.com will deposit the money directly to your bank every two weeks.

Shipping Charges:

Probably the greatest disadvantage of the Amazon.com Marketplace for buyers is the added shipping charges. Almost everything you buy will have a shipping charge added. And, unfortunately, you cannot take advantage of Amazon.com’s free shipping offer on orders of $25 or more. If you are buying from the Marketplace, this and other “free” offers no longer apply.

In the case of individual people offering items for sale, the shipping charges are not too bad. A book, for example, will usually carry a shipping charge between $2 and $4. But with actual merchandisers who sell products in this Marketplace, the shipping charges can be much higher and they vary greatly from item to item.

Final Thoughts:

Amazon.com is my most visited web site ever, in terms of the number of purchases I have made. I have been buying merchandise from this site for almost ten
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But there are a few disadvantages. One is the lack of photos. When you are shopping for a “standard” good, there is no need for a photo because they all look the same. But in the case of a collectible or special edition, a photo would be nice. This marketplace doesn’t offer these things. Another thing that would be nice would be to have a way to sort the items available for sale. When you enter the Marketplace you are presented with the different categories with the items sorted by price within each. But there is no other way to sort. You cannot sort by condition, by seller rating, or anything else. Price is all you get. Yet another big disadvantage is that you cannot apply gift certificates to your purchase. These are not valid on items purchased in the

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