Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Amazon Lies Again.

Just got off the phone with Amazon.   They lied to me and insulted my intelligence by tell such an absurd, blatant lie.  This is not the first time I've caught Amazon outright lying to vendors and customers.

I first discovered Amazon was a lying, corrupt website was in 2013.   Amazon had just gone through the books a deleted thousands of book reviews with no explanation whatsoever.
Authors contacted them asking what happened to their reviews.  Amazon said they could only discuss it with the reviewers.  Reviewers asked what happened to their reviews and were told they would only discuss it with the authors.
Amazon flat out lied to everyone and never explained their actions.  So I expect not less from them at any time, sometimes they're great sometimes they are insulting liars.  Here's their latest lie.

I bought a copy of Fallout 4 from Amazon and downloaded it through the steam website.  I wasn't crazy about having to log on to some website to play my stand alone game in the first place.  Well nearly a years ago Steam pulled some extra security crap.  Although I have the correct login and password, they say they will also require a security code to login that they will send to my email.  The code never shows up in my email, preventing me from logging in so I can play my game on my computer.

I try to contact Steam, apparently the only way to do it is to log on to their website.  There is no email address, no phone number.  No way to contact them unless you login to the website.  Catch-22.

I contact Bethesda, the game manufacture, and after explaining the problem they just keep parroting contact steam.

As last resort I go to where I bought the game, Amazon, and they tell me they can't contact Steam about the problem.  Now tell me, how many vendors and third party sellers on Amazon do you think Amazon is unable to contact in any way?  Zero, that's how many.  They told a blatant, absurd, intelligence-insulting lie.


  1. Your problem lies with Steam, not Amazon.

    You're not mad at the right people.

  2. Steam didn't out right lie to me, Amazon did.