Many household appliances and no PS5: many have received a product from Amazon that does not match what they have bought
Now that PS5 it is also a reality with us, accidents like those that occurred with Amazon are perhaps the last hitches of this limping next-gen dawn. Deliveries that do not match the product are now something the web has learned to come to terms with (to the detriment of consumers), but given the cost of the consoles involved, we would have expected the latter to have been exempt from the qui pro quo of the case. As you can see in tweets similar to what we have been able to report in the article, however, the incidents turned out to be numerous.
A product other than PS5: the Amazon blunder
As user Kyonashi testified on the ResetEra forum, some have received cat’s food (albeit branded) from Amazon instead of the purchased product, the already hardly available PS5. A Bex April May (below) fared slightly better, with a multipurpose product (a Fryer). That’s not saying much, but in his case the price difference is already smaller.
Delivery was fake ‘missed’ at midday with a ‘we couldn’t deliver’ message (with no attempt at delivery made). Now looks like it was siphoned off then before reappearing this evening, replaced with an air fryer inside. @amazonUK @amazon can you please comment on this #PS5 scam?
— Bex April May (@bexlectric) November 19, 2020
The latest testimony of Amazon deliveries that we found on Twitter instead speaks of another product different from the PS5, a foot masseuse. There are many reports, but for the moment we have no official statements or measures to report. At the moment we only know of rice packs, blankets and other entirely unrelated items. The situation of Xbox Series X seems to be reporting similar problems, albeit to a lesser extent.
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