Am I Talking to a Robot?? Here’s the conversation I had with Amazon concerning their force. They still haven’t responded to my final question.
It’s going to be interesting to see how they deal with this. Are they going to admit what I’m calling them out on, or are they just going to keep sending me a copy of the guidelines? This must be the culture at Amazon; take no responsibility admit no guilt.
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- Frank Lamanna <email@example.com>To:customer-community+A359FXRZBWFFTX@amazon.comThu, Feb 17 at 6:50 PM
- My friends and followers keep telling me they wrote reviews for my book, the book I wrote and sell on Amazon, Smorgasbord A Collection of Thoughts Experiences and Stories, but for some reason their reviews aren’t getting posted.
- Do you know why that is?
- I really hope they don’t have to purchase $50 worth of merchandise from Amazon to leave a review for my book because that would mean you’re forcing them to buy from you. Is that what’s happening here?
- Francis Joseph LaManna
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