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Technology Stocks : Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN)
AMZN 2,952-1.6%Mar 8 3:59 PM EST

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To: kidl who wrote (164154)10/10/2020 1:38:58 PM
From: John Carragher   of 164199
 
i assume amazon doesn't lose much on the deal. all the material may be charged back to the third party or their supplier. they may eat the shipping fee. however, if 30/40% is returned then i expect they also built that into their fees to 3rd parties.

i had one or two returns that i was told to not bother returning and they issued credit.

i expect we would see the same thing with target, wal-mart or the new starts up like shop.
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