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Hello, people of the internet, would you assist in answering my easy question?

Everyone has their own way of payment, especially now that the economy is growing and new technologies are invented, so my question is, how do you, the consumer, prefer to pay on amazon? By gift card, card, or PayPal? And let me know what is the most easiest, safest and effective way of payment on their site. Thanks for reading!

HonestlyDoh 19.01.2014

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Answer by klouise1

Personally I have an Amazon Credit Card linked to my account. I frequently use Amazon and therefore, the rewards are worth it to me. If this is not for you, I would always suggest Paypal as a safe way to pay for goods. Their service should things go wrong, is excellent.

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Using vouchers on amazon, I want to know what happens to left over money ?

Hey guys, I just received loads of vouchers for amazon :) just wanted to know if I only spend 20 quid and have a 25 pound voucher what happens with the other fiver? do they send a new voucher for it? do they credit your account with 5 pound or do you loose it? thanks x

amyboosimpson 13.01.2014

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Answer by katie22008m

The money stays in the account to use next time . They do have expiry dates but it's normally about 10 years

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IAmazon only take non-order complaints now, so now how do i complain about a marketplace trader?

My Amazon marketplace oreder was not as described so i sent it back for a refund. However I want to complain to amazon.co.uk about it, but they only accept non-order queries now. They tell you to deal with the trader directly. This is ridiculous, they are letting traders sell goods on their website which are claearly not in compliance with the UK trade descriptions act. What can I do about it? Amazon should be taking this more seriously.

dachshund2 26.10.2012

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Answer by Gooseydyoo

When you buy anything through Amazon, you are usually invited to write a review on Amazon about the product and service provided. The invite to write the review comes a week or so after you have received the goods. Then would be a good time to complain about the trader.

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unknowing i bough 2 billy blanks pt247how can i go about sending it bk getting the money fefunded to my card

purplefairy789 11.10.2012

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Answer by savvysaver

Firstly you need to go into your account , go to your order history and look for the product in question .Find out if the order was fulfilled by Amazon or a third party .Then you either contact Amazon or the original seller to find out how to complete the process .Amazon give you a guarantee but some third party sellers have opted out and have specific guidelines on returns and refunds. Good Luck !

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has anybody else received a suspected fake/counterfeit Selkin Paint Runner from Amazon?

has anybody else received a suspected fake/counterfeit or defective Selkin Paint Runner from Amazon?

DavidOliverMorris 03.03.2011

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Answer by volcano

I have not ordered any Selkin Paint Runner. What does it look like? Is it a special type of paint runner? Amazon UK is not selling Selkin Paint Runner at the moment, as of today. How do you distinguish the fake one from the real one?

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Will this treatment also work on melia.

SWIMIT 19.02.2010

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Answer by jesi

I am not sure what treatment it is to which you are referring, as you have asked this question on the product: amazon.co.uk (rather than on a product which is a specific treatment for something) . . . therefore I think the answer must be "no" . . . I hope you find the correct product . . . if you then let me know, I will try to find the answer(s) you need. jesi

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