So I just received 2 cheques for the same amount from amazon. They even both had the same cheque number. Anyone else had this this month? I was going to cash one and destroy the other but now, having read a thread on here about cheques being bounced, I wonder if I should wait to make sure amazon don't cancel both cheques when they find out the error (I just messaged them).
I think that was my thread about an amazon cheque bouncing. In the end it had nothing to do with amazon - it was a mess up at my bank.
I'm sure you'll get a reply from them Monday or Tuesday about what to do, I've found Amazon quite good like that.
Weird! I received a duplicate cheque today as well. It's so tempting to try and bank it, but I shall resist.
There is a discussion board topic about it on Amazon: http://forums.prospero.com/n/mb/message … &ctx=0
I get direct deposit. I wasn't paying attention but I did not get a check for the past two months. Then a few days ago both payments hit my bank account. I would call amazon, or at least hold off to see if the check clears. They defiantly have something strange going on.
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