At first it seemed like some kind of joke, but the complaints on social networks increased.
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- It is speculated that these are thefts from merchants outside of Amazon UK.
In Mexico we’ve seen cases where someone asked online for a cell phone and a juice arrived, but this time a video game console has been swapped out for cat food. Playstation 5 (PS5) It went on sale in Europe this Thursday November 19th and Oh surprise! Users who asked for it AmazonThey received everything except the device.
From deep fryers to bags of rice and cat food. UK users started reporting on their accounts Twitterwho received all sorts of items in place of their PS5.
– Yonic Sleuth (@flagwithoutwind) 19th November 2020
As reported EurogamerIt seemed like some kind of joke at first, but the complaints on social networks increased and even friends and colleagues in the middle were affected by the situation.
Push Square CEO Anthony Dickens and journalist and MTV host Bex April May came to light among those affected.
– Anthony Dickens (@antdickens) 20th November 2020
“In order to, @Amazon UK It appears that someone stole my PS5 (one day late). Right outer box, wrong item. Where can I get help? “Said Anthony Dickens.
happy # PS5 Day everyone. An attempt was made to document the revelation of our person, but Amazon instead tricked us with an unwanted air fryer (after we provided the delivery password). Has anyone else had this problem today? pic.twitter.com/99IUSzSJUU
– Bex April May (@bexlectric) 19th November 2020
“Happy # PS5 Day to all. An attempt was made to document our submission, but Amazon tricked us with an unsolicited fryer (after providing the delivery password). Has anyone else had this problem today? “Commented Bex April May.
It is speculated that these are thefts from merchants outside of Amazon UK as some users have reported irregularities in deliveries such as: B. That the QR verification code was damaged and opened boxes.
In a statement too EurogamerAmazon recognized the widespread problems with its PlayStation 5 shipments and promised to “fix” them for every customer it comes in contact with.