It’s about damn time, especially when SIE CEO Jim Ryan admits that stocks aren’t going to be fulfilled to the demand any time soon. Recent reports have detailed how a lot of PS5 deliveries either indicate that 1) the item is delivered but there’s nothing to be found at the doorstep or 2) a “sorry no one was home” note gets tagged for the delivery but no one actually attempted to do so, hence forcing a return. With all these, scalpers over at eBay have been pushing the console at an all time high, with Amazon only taking notice fairly recently. Bezos, what the fuck man.
The worst iteration of this horror comes in having a opened delivery package on your doorstep but instead of the PS5, there’s random appliances or toys inside the stupid tampered package. What the hell is up? It may have just been a delivery issue, but with such cases looking like they’re rampant rather than isolated, it surely is something worth noting.
With no resolve today and just a “sorry” note to make up for the expensive and crucial mishap, Amazon is still currently “investigating” on whatever is happening to the consoles.
You can go check out the hashtag #AmazonPS5Scam on Twitter to get more insights on this. Aside from that, there’s nothing much to it. All the delivery site can say is this:
“We’re all about making our customers happy, and that hasn’t happened for a small proportion of these orders. We’re really sorry about that and are investigating exactly what’s happened,” Amazon said in a statement.
“We’re reaching out to every customer who’s had a problem and made us aware so we can put it right. Anyone who has had an issue with any order can contact our customer service team for help.”
Yikes. What do you think of this recent debacle? Let us know in the comments section below!