Beware Amazon’s third-party sellers!
That’s a lesson one woman learned the hard way this week when she ordered a doormat through the online retailer and instead received a photographic facsimile of a doormat.
“Tried to buy a doormat and here’s what arrived: a piece of foam with a photo of the thing I wanted printed on it,” comedian Emily Heller tweeted on Wednesday along with pics of her faux-mat.
She later revealed that the seller blamed the snafu on her “screen’s display problem” (huh?) and only offered her a partial refund, so she went to real Amazon where she was fully reimbursed. She then gave away the photo-mat (hey, remember Fotomat?) at her stand-up show in L.A.
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