Yarome Posted August 18, 2015 Report Share Posted August 18, 2015 Interesting. I was wondering if anyone has had any experience with "Amazon warehouse deals"? I had an item I was looking at a while ago, but it's fairly large and didn't have anywhere to ship a UPS item yet so I stuck it in my wish list. I went to look at it today (it's always fun to see if the price has dropped since it was added), and I received a pop up for a "warehouse deal" that was for the same item but about 65% less than the item in my wish list. It gave a description stating that the packing box will be damaged and may have minor cosmetic damage to the lower side. It looks like it is legit, but I've never seen that before. It said there was only 1 in stock so I jumped on it. Worst case I'm out 37 bones so I took a chance. It didn't have the "fulfilled by Amazon" or "ships from and sold by" tag like I'm used to seeing, but it was prime eligible and went through the normal ordering process. In the "by:" section it said "Amazon warehouse deals, Inc." so I'm wondering if it's just some third party scratch and dent place that happens to sell through Amazon. I've been trying to pull up the actual listing page from my order, but it only pulls up the original listing I was looking at with the full price. There's nothing there referencing the actual price I paid (other than in the "your orders" section) or indicating it's part of any kind of "deal" through Amazon. Did I just get scammed or have others had experience with those pop-ups? I guess I'll find out in a couple days, right. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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