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Old 12-18-2017, 11:40 AM   #13
ZodWallop
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Last week, Amazon twice in the same day sent a notification to my phone/tablet telling me that I had a $5.00 Kindle book credit no strings attached. But when I clicked the notification, it opened the Kindle app and I got a message saying that I didn't qualify for the offer.

It happened in the morning on my tablet, then a few hours later on my phone. When it showed up on my phone, I got smart, took a screenshot and then called Amazon to complain.

Sending a mass email in error seems more forgivable to me than targeting me specifically, twice in a single day. B&N doesn't look so bad.
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