Lots of stuff goes back BNIB because Amazon missed a shipping deadline or people have regrets over their spending or you can tell something isn't going to work before you even get it out of the package. There seems to be multiples of window blinds in that mess and it's conceivable someone ordered a bunch to do several windows and found them all unsuitable when they arrived, so they went back together.craftsman wrote: ↑ I don't believe those are solely returns as it looks like there are multiples of certain items that are BNIB. It's probably a mix of returns and those items that sat at Amazon for long enough that the vendor couldn't be bothered to sell it for cheap on Amazon or pay for shipping back to them.
The poster has a pair of size 11 purple clogs listed in the spreadsheet at $170 and I assure you, someone bought those at $30 just to try them and shipped them back. I am a great fan of the 70%+ size 11 women's shoes sales that pop up too. (I am not responsible for these retuned purple clogs lol.) Amazon will immediately bump the price of the shoes to something ridiculous after. If they get one sucker to pay $170 it covers everything. A lot of people are impatient, won't wat, and Amazon is instant gratification.