& # 39; Can you please send this back for me? & # 39; Prime member of Amazon confronts CEO Jeff Bezos at the annual meeting of shareholders after trying FOUR TIMES to return the package
- Evie Schwerin tried to send a package back to Amazon during the Wednesday meeting
- Amazon Prime member tried to do it directly with Jeff Bezos, the company's CEO
- The Amazon founder agreed, but he told her to wait after the Q&A session
- Bezos called it an & # 39; unusual location to achieve what should have been routine & # 39;
- Others discussed homelessness and Amazon & # 39; s approach to sustainability
- But the shareholder got up for the first-come first-served event to get a refund
- She had tried four times to get it back, but an email mix made it difficult
This is the uncomfortable moment that a woman tried to send a package back to Amazon at a shareholders' meeting because she had already tried and failed four times.
Video from the Seattle, Washington event on Wednesday shows shareholder Evie Schwerin who asks founder Jeff Bezos of the trillion dollar company an important question.
Anyway, the lady, the red, scares and tickles the audience as she says to the richest man in the world: & # 39; Can you please send this back for me? & # 39;
Although the CEO of Amazon does not accept the contents of the woman's bag there, he is seen nodding yes before she has answered her question, almost expecting she will say so.
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A shareholder tried to send a package back to Amazon during a Seattle meeting in Seattle in Seattle. Evie Schwerin (left) tried to do it directly with Jeff Bezos, director of the company (right)
Bezos agrees to ensure that everything is resolved after the question and answer session ends at 10.00.
& # 39; Yes, of course, & # 39; Bezos replies, pointing to him with his colleagues on stage. & # 39; We will help you with this immediately after the meeting. Hang around a bit and we will help someone. We will take care of that. & # 39;
Other topics discussed at the annual meeting were combating homelessness and Amazon's approach to sustainability.
But Bezos is taking this step and seems keen to take care of the matter while retaining an expression that shows that he sees the humorous side.
& # 39; I apologize that you had to use this unusual location to achieve what should have been a routine task & # 39 ;, Bezos continues. & # 39; We will also look at the cause of why that happened. & # 39;
Even more return? Bezos called it an & # 39; unusual location to achieve what should have been a routine task & # 39;
Bezos agreed to help his & # 39; s colleagues help the woman as he further discussed combating homelessness and Amazon & # 39; s approach to sustainability
The problem with the Amazon Prime member came after she ordered the Haggadah Jewish text, but realized that she already had one and tried four times to send it back without luck
While the couple agreed on the left to his nod, it is unclear in the video why the woman chose to use her moment on the microphone to facilitate a return of her purchase.
But in the section shown in a video, the shareholder fails to enter a word to explain.
Talking about her as she tries to explain why Bezos smiles more with his next question.
& # 39; Does anyone else have something to return to? & # 39; he jokes in the clip.
In the beginning it might seem like a joke to me, but as soon as the woman got her answer, she gave the microphone without further questions.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos waves as he arrives at the opening celebration of the Statue of Liberty Museum on Liberty Island at the Statue Cruises Terminal at Battery Park in New York on May 15
There is no doubt that it is a go-to question from anyone who encounters Bezos.
The process is simple enough in most cases because items can be returned via the website or mobile app.
But Geekwire reports that Amazon Prime member is called Evie Schwerin and that the problem arose after she ordered the Haggadah Jewish text that was traditionally read at Passover Seder.
However, she already had one and when she tried to send it back, the problem became even greater because she had used an email address that complicated the problem.
The publication reported that she tried four times to get it back to Amazon, but had no luck before he decided to confront Bezos with the "first come, first served" at 9am.
Starting in July, Kohl customers can return items purchased through Amazon through 48 states through all 1,150 of their store locations.
Kohl & # 39; s will package all returned items and ship them to Amazon returns for the benefit of customers. The service is completely free, regardless of the reason for the return.
Only certain products from Amazon.com are eligible again for local Kohl stores.
In March, Kohl announced that it would expand its product relationship with Amazon by selling the website's products in more than 200 stores.
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