Amazon LIES!!

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From: “Amazon.com Customer Service” <cs-reply@amazon.com>
Date: January 19, 2013, 23:08:24 EST
To: E
Subject: A Message from Amazon.com Customer Service

Hello,

I’m sorry we didn’t have the chance to finish our conversation. I was supposed to transfer you to an available supervisor. If you need more help with your Amazon.com account, please don’t hesitate to contact us again. 

If you still need to get in touch with us, please visit our Contact Us page (www.amazon.com/contact-us). We’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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All transactions are made on our secure server at Amazon.com. Our secure server software (SSL) is the industry standard and among the best available today for secure commerce transactions. It encrypts all of your personal information–including credit or debit card number, name and address–so it can’t be read as it travels over the Internet. All of your credit and debit card information is also stored on a secure, dedicated database.

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If you are linking to Amazon.com from another website that uses frames, then the HTTP address (also called a URL) that you see will be the address of the framing site.  However, rest assured that if you sign into an Amazon.com page through our secure server while you’re shopping on the other site, the page is just as secure as when you access Amazon.com directly.

If you are using Internet Explorer, when you reach a page where you’re concerned about security, place your cursor over the Amazon.com page anywhere except on an image.  Right-click your mouse on the page and pull up “Properties.”  There you should see the actual address of page within the frame.  It should be an Amazon.com address, and should begin with “https:”–the “s” indicates that the connection is secure. 

If you are using Firefox, when you reach a page where you’re concerned about security, place your cursor over the Amazon.com page anywhere except on an image.  Right-click your mouse on the page and pull up “View Page Info.”  There you should see the actual address of page within the frame.  It should be an Amazon.com address, and should begin with “https:”–the “s” indicates that the connection is secure.

I hope I have been able to reassure you.  If you have any further questions, please visit our online Help pages:

http://www.amazon.com/help

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Seller transactions made on our secure server at Amazon.com are safe. Amazon disburses your funds to your seller but never passes along payment information. Additionally, the Amazon.com A-to-z Guarantee covers you for purchases of up to $2,500.

Our secure server software (SSL) is the industry standard and among the best software available today for secure commerce transactions. It encrypts all of your personal information, including credit card number, name, and address, so that it cannot be read as it travels over the Internet. Your information is also stored on a secure, dedicated database.

For more information about our A-to-z Guarantee, please visit our Help pages:

http://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer

I hope this helps! We look forward to seeing you again soon.

Best Regards,

Joenna T.

Amazon.com
Your feedback is helping us build Earth’s Most Customer-Centric Company. 

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