Amazon Marks My Order As Fraudulent But Doesn't Reverse Charge Or Stop Shipment

Amazon Marks My Order As Fraudulent But Doesn't Reverse Charge Or Stop Shipment

Consumerist reader Paul works in the Internet retail business, and as such, knows how easily an order can get tangled up if the shipping and billing addresses don’t match. So after he’d moved, he made sure to change the address on his credit card before ordering an item on Amazon. Even that didn’t save him from the headache that followed. [More]