Originally Posted by daffy4u
I think you appear to Amazon to fit the profile of someone who buys books and holds them long enough to strip the DRM and then return the book.
If you can open a new account and register the Kindle to it, I would suggest the you make liberal use of the free samples so that you don't have to return books so often.
I'm very sorry this happened to you.
I think maybe you're reading something into this that isn't there. Ian said he returned "defective products" not books. I've only had to return something to Amazon once .... and never a book or an ebook. If Ian has had his account for his Kindle turned off because he has returned defective products (not defective ebooks ... defective products), then there is something seriously wrong about that.