Amazon Turns Out To Be Slut Into E-Commerce Market

Amazon's slow-burning factor turns out to be a slow f*cking factor, and they seem to be earning good. Amazon had been facing huge struggle into sustaining as a giant e-commerce company with real competitors having equal to a competitive customer base.

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Amazon Turns Out To Be Slut
Amazon Turns Out To Be Slut

Amazon has remained profitable since the time it was an exclusive book-store. While through the present day, Amazon turns out to be slut into E-Commerce market; just to get profitable back-again. We use the word slut because they have kept no policies or scrutinizing into accepting brands and sellers to use their platform, and things are getting really worse and clumsy for consumers. Don’t get shocked if you find nuclear weapons being sold tomorrow on Amazon.

Amazon is considered to be the titan of e-commerce, hardware, logistics, payments, media, and data storage. Apart from those mentioned, the company have made it successful to dabble around into different industries. With over 80 million global subscribers for Amazon Prime, $99-a year membership program, the ‘flywheel’ model seems to work-out really well for the success of Amazon but there’s something that customers live for, and that’s what we call as Customer Experience.

While everyone reading this article would be aware of Amazon and must have even visited their website numerous times, and made a purchase quite a number of times. We all must have felt Amazon being a dump for the known and unknown brands. While Amazon has always been able to keep the books section well organised, we have seen them failing to maintain fashion, beauty and health sections; all the time.

Despite trying their best, and organising seasonal and yearly fashion shows and events to justify the overall fashion and beauty industry; we never saw them well organised and we have a serious doubt for their future. Amazon covers global market and have been constantly trying to sustain into the marketing, be it the base market of United States or wild market as India. They have always been great into innovations, operations and showing the vision towards future but when it’s time to maintain the quality and experience their customers are getting from their products, things turn out to be based upon the luck factor of the buyer.

We all have somehow landed on Amazon’s page while finding some pair of jeans or good t-shirts online but things have always been confusing for the final decision into making the purchase. The problem gets when you find more than 100s of brands available and among some which you’ve never even heard of. Then it becomes the case that the product description lacks into giving a good insight about it, or the seller seem to sell replicas or fake products and scam all the money out of us. Not just this is what it feels out to be, but there have been cases where the customer ordered a mobile device or some product and it seems to reach to him with just the empty box of the same. We bet you’ve experienced such events and then end up into never-ever going back online to purchase because you lose the trust factor. Well, even we have reported such cases and they seem out to be with no solutions and disturbing elements into life. You cannot trust sellers on Amazon because they’re not all authorised sellers.

Amazon is hardly eschewing criticism that it’s hell-bent on world domination—at least, based on its voracious retail appetite. First, Amazon founder/CEO Bezos purchased The Washington Post ($250 million), then the e-commerce giant bought Whole Foods ($13 billion), and rumours swirl about a Nordstrom buy. What will Amazon consume next—Apple, Orange County, Cherry Hill, Coconut Grove? At this point, we know you’ve Nordstrom to generate profits from the fashion industry but our suggestion doesn’t make things a mess by allowing any-or-every seller to enrol and sell whatever they want by just showing pictures. We’d not stop you from supporting small businesses but proper moderation is a must before Amazon lets any sell using the platform. Amazon turns out to be slut into E-Commerce market.

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