Amazon mistakenly sends baby registry email

Amazon issues an apology for a glitch that sent a gift alert to many recipients who didn't have a baby registry -- or baby.
0:52 | 09/20/17

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It's a sect likes an apology from Amazon and random Amazon customers receive email notices telling them a gift from their baby registry had been purchased. Problem is most of those recipients don't have a registry and don't have a baby Amazon blames a glitch for those emails what some customers are fuming calling them insensitive. And returning items that were actually purchased on Amazon is about to get a whole lot easier now starting next month Coles will start accepting returns for Amazon. At 82 of its stores across Chicago and Los Angeles packing and shipping them for free. And McAfee antivirus software company has compiled a list of the most dangerous celebrities online today or the celebs with the highest percentage search engine results was. Malignant. And link it's easier less top five idol Levine Bruno Mars Carly ray Jackson Zain mallet. And Celine Dion. They say the lizard tech bikes.

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