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Select Palmolive dish soaps (7 types), showing 9 count for price of 1, YMMV, $2.27 to $3.79 (add-on item)

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[Amazon.ca] Select Palmolive dish soaps (7 types), showing 9 count for price of 1, YMMV, $2.27 to $3.79 (add-on item)

Have already placed my order, stocking up on the ones we use to make 'scented' foaming soap -- great way to encourage kids to wash hands as they enjoy it more!

One could save up to 15% more with S&S if they choose to.

Figure it's a typo, but worse case scenario if only singles show up, simply need to request a return/refund (might get to keep them, might not, but doesn't cost one anything as it'll be their fault).

Oh, & before someone whines about it, yes these are add-on items...
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Shipping Weight: 640 g
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weird, according to the camels this has always been hovering around this price. But being 9-count I'm not sure
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Do I care?
So you will likely get 1 and may or may not get any compensation? Not worth my time unless there's something more to it.
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This will be the easiest refund to get. I don't know why you guys are downvoting. I know amazon like the back of my hand, with minimal effort this will be fixed.
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LULUMON wrote: So you will likely get 1 and may or may not get any compensation? Not worth my time unless there's something more to it.
Plus clean hands?
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nUseBro wrote: This will be the easiest refund to get. I don't know why you guys are downvoting. I know amazon like the back of my hand, with minimal effort this will be fixed.
I've been told to send it back for wrong counts/spilled detergents before. Are you fairly sure they will refund you, and this won't affect another real problem down the road (they do track service history).
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Not worth it for the mark on the account.
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LULUMON wrote: I've been told to send it back for wrong counts/spilled detergents before. Are you fairly sure they will refund you, and this won't affect another real problem down the road (they do track service history).
Look, fully honestly you could literally claim you havent received the package and they would just refund you. This is no risk.
The technicality of it is that amazon could ask you to return based on wrong amounts but not in quebec where the laws are different and protect consumers.
This is an easy gambit if ive seen one before. I put my seal of approval for no risk, and my double seal of approval for guaranteed in quebec.
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Spinner wrote: Not worth it for the mark on the account.
Im not convinced thats a thing. I've received over 500$ in Amazon gifts due to a variety of things. The biggest single haul was more than 150$ on a pricing mistake they didnt want to honor.
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dcxx wrote: Shipping Weight: 640 g
jmons20 wrote: weird, according to the camels this has always been hovering around this price. But being 9-count I'm not sure
LULUMON wrote: So you will likely get 1 and may or may not get any compensation? Not worth my time unless there's something more to it.
I've ordered some in past & they were not listed as '9 count'. Thus someone updated the listing for whatever reason. I noticed the weight too... but as the listing has been changed since I last purchased, so worth a shot, especially for the chance that might not need have to return the items for the refund to apply.
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Please put "add-on item" in the title so that we don't have to "whine about it".
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LULUMON wrote: I've been told to send it back for wrong counts/spilled detergents before. Are you fairly sure they will refund you, and this won't affect another real problem down the road (they do track service history).
I have personally, unironically, LITERALLY called amazon over 2000 times. I can't even imagine anything of the sort. I've never had ANYONE talk about this as a possibility so I think it must be extremely hard to do so. As for service history, it is my guess that they track which neighborhoods have the largest amount of missing packages and stop doing abandon-delivery in those targeted areas. I've got well over 1000$ worth of merchandise which has disappeared from amazon sending it to me. I live in the ghetto and they keep doing abandon delivery anyway.

If youre so concerned, make a single use account.
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oh what the heck, I'll try it. Min order qty is 2.
So let's see if I get 2 x 9 = 19 bottles in a couple days.
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Spinner wrote: Not worth it for the mark on the account.
I have so many marks on my account that I even lost track lol. As long as you are paying for prime they will love you regardless.
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nUseBro wrote: Im not convinced thats a thing. I've received over 500$ in Amazon gifts due to a variety of things. The biggest single haul was more than 150$ on a pricing mistake they didnt want to honor.
Ive complained about legit things and they are always the one offering the compensations. I dont usually ask them to give me something, im not convinced that they actually flag your accounts unless you're blatantly abusing the customer service
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I have these in my purchase history and it was for a single bottle. So I'm practically certain you'll receive one. As I understand it, Amazon base products on the ASIN#, not the product title. So I guess it really depends whether you wanna go through the hassles to get a ~$2.29 worth of product.
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I already ordered before.

It is clear one count.

The 9 appears to be a mistakes as amazon receive these palmolive in a box of 9. But it is 1!
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