Thursday, December 29, 2016

Amazon Donated My Inventory Without Asking.... -

We've talked on many occasions about the importance of monitoring your inventory on a regular basis as Amazon has the tendency to "misplace" a lot of inventory without telling you or reimbursing you.  It's one of Amazon's fonder characteristics.

When you looking at inventory reports, transfers of all sorts have corresponding letters that tell you what has happened during the transferring (relabeling, damaged, lost, etc.)

My current service Glasshouse Inventory noticed letter G on one of the reports which was a new one for them and the inventory was missing after the transfer corresponding to G.  They asked Amazon for clarification on what the "G" was for.

Well this is a new one for me:

So it seems that Amazon donated my inventory to charity. That's really sweet of them but not something you usually do with other people's stuff.  Granted they admitted it was a mistake but I wonder if they were going to take a tax deduction for it too!

What was the ASIN for it?  B00X3B16YW 

A green Apple Watch, the gift that keeps on giving.  The person who got it from charity probably returned it back to Amazon without the watch in the box so I can sell it again as new and get a another return...