Why has this been allowed to be posted then if it was considered fraud? I mean is the actual deal of getting the Xbox One X for £315 the fraud? It seems the action of fraud is saying you didn't receive the games even though it is listed on your order summary. Isn't the money you take now and again cash in hand for services provided or received fraud too? If anyone needs justification then say to yourself, "I am performing reparations on the behalf of HMRC."
I agree. Its gone very quite. In my eyes, please trying to justify they've done nothing wrong, are just trying to cover up the thoughts in there head of actually doing something wrong. We haven't done any fraud, they have. As I said in my previous comments, one day it will catch up with them. They can cover it up with other wordings, but the matter of fact they've stolen from Amazon. I'm going to unsubscribe from this thread now, I've said my bit. Peace!
Haven't some on here found a way of getting this cheaper, jjst
This thread... Drove me to unsubscribe last night and it's still going. 8)
Nope. Not fraud. The glitch was Amazon's end, and they did not have to accept the order. The price on checkout is the only price that matters - if Amazon displayed a product at £300 and it went to £400 at checkout it is not fraud either (they would have issues with the Consumers Act, but not the Fraud Act). Contacting Amazon to say what has been received does not match the invoice and what was displayed in basket is also not fraudulent, its factual. If people start to lie then you get on dodgy ground, but there's no need to lie - the facts are there. No one has yet explained how, if I made an order on Amazon's website which they chose to accept and then factually pointed out the contents did not match invoice or basket, I am committing fraud, without using phrases which are irrelevant in the legal definition of fraud.