Bahahah we must have been reading/posting at the same time....except you're much more succinct than mePatty Jansen said:This thread continues to baffle and scare me because of all the tangential nonsense conspiracy theories that people will come up with (and believe!) in the absence of information.
This is the only thing we know (and likely the only thing Pauline knows):
Her account was banned for having seen "too many borrows from fake accounts".
That's it, people!
Nothing to do with affiliates. Nothing to do with bank accounts. Nothing to do with Pauline. Just with some Amazon bot spitting out her account as suspicious. It could happen to all of us.
I am convinced of the following:
1. Amazon, being a behemoth company, and like all behemoth companies, is fragmented in its responses. The right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing. Think going to your Telco with a billing complaint. Multiply incompetence of individual employees times ten.
2. Amazon is no angel and no villain. It's just a big, cumbersome company trying, and occasionally failing, to automate stuff
3. I'm sure that once Pauline gets onto the right person, she will get this resolved, stressing though it will certainly be for her