A woman found $1 in a package from Amazon on Amazon’s UK website.
It was an order from Amazon that she couldn’t open.
The package was a gift for her sister, who had been diagnosed with cancer.
It had an address in London, the same address she used when she first got the package.
She had received the package on May 31 and the delivery was scheduled for August.
Amazon has said that this isn’t an unusual situation.
In fact, they said that “customers who receive a return package in this way may receive a prompt and free return postage charge of up to £1.99”.
However, the woman had received a delivery notification.
When she checked her address, she saw that the address matched the one she’d received the parcel from.
She then searched the address and found a receipt from the postal service.
She also found the address of the address where the package had been delivered.
She contacted Amazon, and they sent her the package with the return postage charges.
Amazon said: “We’re constantly improving our systems to ensure that we don’t run into problems and ensure our customers get the best possible experience.”
They also said that the postage charges were the product of “a very large volume of returns”.
It said that it had contacted the sender and refunded her for the return.