Free stuff from amazon, any limit?

when i buy stuff from amazon, i always contact them and say that the product i got was "not as described" because it sucks or on some occasions i'd say that i never received the package then they just refund the money back into my gift card balance and i get to keep the stuff lmao. i've done this

when i buy stuff from amazon, i always contact them and say that the product i got was "not as described" because it sucks or on some occasions i'd say that i never received the package then they just refund the money back into my gift card balance and i get to keep the stuff lmao. i've done this like 3-4 times so far on cheap stuff below 50 bucks, and im wondering if theres some kind of disclaimer file limit or is there a price range and above where they require you to sign a comfirmed shipping paper? thanks

Best Answer:

Jake No Chat: Yes, there is a limit. They monitor such potential practices, and even though you say you are just doing it so far on cheap items, you will eventually get caught and they will go after you. There is a principle there and after you get their attention, they will pounce. Trust me, I have seen it before.

Other answer:

Jake No Chat:
Amazon is smart enough to track your history and eventually you'll get caught. When it's determined you are a thief you'll hear from them.
JMR:
So basically you re lying and committing fraud. When they catch you, you can be forced to pay for all of that or be prosecuted. Smart move. Do you really think that they don t have people that watch for stuff like this? They do. They have a whole fraud prevention team.
Judy:
If you try to do it with expensive stuff, it won't work. They'll figure out you're just a thief.
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