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More Amazon

Amazon.co.uk have a little thing on their website where you can submit corrections in their product listings. It seems a bit cheeky really, but even worse look what happens if you do actually bother to submit a correction:

Greetings from Amazon.co.uk,

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Thank you for using the Catalogue Update Form.

For ASIN: B000YO1MJU, Title: LiteOn 20x Int. DVDRW IDE Retail Kit, we have received your updates to the attributes listed below. Beneath each attribute we include the action we have taken.

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Attribute: Brand Name

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Current value: LiteOne

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Your suggestion: LiteOn

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Action: None. We could not verify the requested update.

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Data accuracy is highly important to us. We appreciate the time you have taken to submit your updates to us.

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Best regards,

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Catalogue Department

www.amazon.co.uk


Wow, lol.