MSE News: Buying via Amazon 1-Click? You may be charged for delivery by default

Amazon customers ordering via its 1-Click service may pay up to £4.75 more than they need to, because of default settings which mean some are automatically charged even if what they're buying is eligible for free delivery...
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  • Ken68
    Ken68 Posts: 6,825 Forumite
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    Thanks Megan..I use 1-click all the time, can't say I've noticed an undue delivery charge but will watch out.
    Slightly off topic, a local shop wanted £2 for a stylus pen...Amazon sell them quantity 10 for 52pence FREE delivery....and coming from China.
  • boo_star
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    Seems a bit pointless using 1-click if you’re going to have to perform at least as many clicks just to amend your order.
  • mjm3346
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    Don't see why this is an "issue" the terms and conditions are clear and presumably many of those who are in such a rush they are using "one click" wouldn't want to wait the extra time for free delivery (which seems to be more like 7 to 10 days at the moment rather than the 3 to 5 quoted in the article).
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