- Amazon customers are complaining about package delivery delays.
- Many of the delays could be due to a tornado that ripped through an Amazon sortation center in Baltimore last week. The storm caused a 50-foot wall to collapse, killing two workers.
- The company has also been clarifying that its two-day shipping promise ensures that customers will get their package two days from the time it’s handed over to the carrier, not two days from the time of ordering.
Amazon is facing a surge of customer complaints over delayed deliveries.
“Why is @amazonprimenow all of a sudden taking 10 days?” Michelle Hennessy tweeted on Friday. “I pay for the subscription for guaranteed 2 days. This sucks…”See the rest of the story at Business Insider
- Amazon is triggering a battle for rock-bottom prices
- Renters in New York and Washington could pay upward of $200 more annually if Amazon splits its new headquarters between the 2 cities
- Amazon is mailing out its first toy catalog in a bid for Toys R Us’ shoppers — here’s what it looks like