Adventures in Amazon

Somehow, and I’m still not sure what happened, I accidentally switched my Amazon account from the U.S. site to the Indian one.

I looked through everything I could think of to reverse my mistake, but none of the drop down menus offered a way to change one’s country of preference. Finally I clicked on HELP and a nice young person named Munjoo came to my assistance.

Munjoo and I chatted for awhile via text. He wished me good morning and I told him it was nighttime where I was. He (I’m guessing Munjoo was male) was interested in Florida. I had questions about India. It was a good talk,

When we finally got down to brass tacks, and I told him what I’d done, he texted that all I needed to do was to log out of my Amazon account and sign back in. Voila! It worked like a charm, but I must say, the Indian customer service was exemplary.

Maybe I need a saree?!

Peace, people!

Author: nananoyz

I'm a semi-retired crazy person with one husband and two cats.

18 thoughts on “Adventures in Amazon”

  1. Hmm, would we look so elegant in a sari? I would need a few years to let my hair grow longer, for a start. That would give me time to work on a few other problem areas. 🙂

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  2. Often when we travel in Mexico for any length of time – and for several weeks after returning to the U.S – my Amazon searches show prices in pesos and the cost of shipping to/from Mexico. I don’t know why this happens but eventually it switches back and all is well. Good that you had a nice conversation and acceptable outcome.

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