1-Click Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
1-Click, also called one-click or one-click buying, is the technique of allowing customers to make purchases with the payment information needed to complete the purchase having been entered by the user previously.
Ed Webb accidentally clicked the 1-click "Buy it Now" button and had a disappointing experience as reported on wcpo.com, "Amazon says anyone who orders by mistake with the 1-Click button should contact the company for a free return. But Webb now has to arrange to ship back a router he never wanted, that has already taken a $129 chunk out off his credit card. Amazon will refund his money once it gets the router back, but the whole episode will take almost two weeks. Webb also wonders how many people just keep the item, because returns can be a hassle. So be careful with this 1-Click feature, so you don't waste your money."
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