Since the start of Amazon’s self-service vendors, even some of the self-employed sellers of the game have started to think out of their minds. After being photographed by a surveillance camera installed in a British customer’s home, Amazon has finally said it will lift its cooperation with the unruly delivery man. It is reported that the customer in Oxfordshire bought ps5 as a 16-year-old birthday present for his child on the first day in the UK. < / P > < p > initially, Jennie walker, the mother of the child, contacted Amazon. Com and heard that many other customers had the same problem in the past week. < / P > < p > later, Richard walker, his father, shared a surveillance video on the scene of the incident (at the door of his home) on social media. It can be seen that the driver specially scanned and delivered the goods and then loaded the goods back into the cargo box. < / P > < p > Amazon initially said it would investigate the matter and then asked whether customers would like a re delivery or a direct refund, and the amount of compensation (coupons) increased from 5 to 50. < / P > < p > but the family, like many consumers, has turned down the option of a refund of 450 pounds, because doing so would clear Amazon of the responsibility of shippers’ self-theft. After that, my sister drove to the local Amazon warehouse and confronted the person in charge of the site with the monitoring video. The boss recognized the delivery man in the picture and said that he would be released from cooperation. In a statement in today’s local newspaper, Amazon said it had a high standard of customer service for the deliveryman and that the unqualified person would be fired. < / P > < p > even so, the walkers decided not to buy high priced cattle goods on eBay, because their ps5 might eventually appear on this platform. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today