When ebay sells its ebay to Amazon, health care transactions will be blocked
If you’re a customer of Amazon, you probably know that it’s a pretty big deal when you get a package in the mail.
You probably know you have a few days to respond to it.
If you don’t, it could cost you money and potentially a bad trip.
So, what happens if you get an ebay transaction that’s not marked up?
The answer is: it won’t happen.
That’s according to a post by Amazon’s VP of Marketplace Platform, John Condon, that went up on the company’s official blog.
The post said that “eBay cannot process ebay-related transactions” when they are marked as cancelled or declined, and that any health care payments made on a cancelled or rejected order would be blocked.
That means that if you’re currently getting a check or other health care, you won’t be able to use it.
It also means that Amazon won’t process the transaction when you cancel it or decline to pay.
Amazon has not commented on the post or Condon’s statement.
We reached out to Amazon for comment and will update this post if we hear back.
If you are a customer who has been using an Amazon Prime membership to buy health care for someone else, you can continue to use that member’s health care.
However, the company recommends that you call 1-888-333-4442 to check on your eligibility for your current account.
You can also check with your health care provider to see if they’ll accept your payment.
If Amazon sells its health care to Amazon and your health insurance provider refuses to process the order, Amazon says it will charge you $99 for a one-time cancellation fee of $100.
You also have the option of filing a dispute with Amazon.