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Business Originations Operating online Amazon.com is an American e-commerce/retail company based in Seattle, Washington public limited company. It was one of the first major companies to sell goods over the Internet and was one of the iconic stocks of the late 1990s dot-com bubble. It was founded by Jeff Bezos in 1994, and launched in 1995, Amazon.com began as an online bookstore but soon diversified its product lines by adding VHSs, DVDs, music CDs, MP3s, computer software, video games, electronics, apparel, furniture, food, toys, and more. They also enable independent sellers to sell new and used items on their website via Amazon.co.uk Marketplace. In addition, they give them a variety of resources to help them to make their choice, including customer reviews and personal recommendations. Amazon has established separate websites in Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, Austria, France, China, and Japan. Website A popular feature of Amazon is the ability for users to submit reviews to the web page of each product. As part of their review, users must rate the product on a rating scale from one to five stars. Such rating scales provide a basic idea of the popularity and dependability of a product. What Amazon offer? * It's led customers browse and search for specific products by subject area -- Books, Music, DVD, Video, Electronics & Photo, Software, PC- & Video Games, Home & Garden, Toys & Games, Gifts and Auctions and zShops. ...read more.

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eBay also added an eBay Community Wiki and eBay Blogs to its Community Content which also includes the Discussion Boards, Groups, Answer Center, Chat Rooms, and Reviews & Guides. Ebay has a robust mobile offering, including SMS alerts, a WAP site. Community Values eBay is a community that encourages open and honest communication among all its members. Their community is guided by five fundamental values: * They believe people are basically good. * They believe everyone has something to contribute * They believe the an honest, open environment can bring out the best in people * They recognize and respect everyone as a unique individual. * They encourage people to treat others the way they want to be treated. Trust & Safety eBay's Trust and Safety team is responsible for keeping the marketplace a safe, well-lit place for people around the world to trade with one other. Actively working to enable members to trade safely, eBay fosters trust between members through the development and enforcement of rules and policies, the creation of reputation-building programs, and the prevention of fraud. eBay also works behind-the-scenes to prevent fraud and, in the event a problem occurs, eBay proactively works with law enforcement and government agencies throughout the world to enforce its policies. ...read more.

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This means that they take special care of customer's child throughout his/her journey to make sure they have a safe and fun flight. * Baggage tips- BA provides some handy tips so that their customers can get packing and have a smooth journey. * Banned items- BA provides online information on which are banned to carry like dangerous goods or substances which are capable of posing a risk to health, safety, property or the environment. * Damaged, delayed & lost baggage- BA provides online application from to report lost or damaged baggage. * Your questions- They provide an questions and answer service in which customer can ask any question form BA advisors online. * Refunds- British Airways gives refund through their site with no charge if customers have E-ticket. * Telephone numbers- BA provides an online list of important phone numbers like flight arrival and departure information, reservations and general enquiries, baggage claims, special assistance. * Flight connections - London- BA provides some useful maps which helps their customers to find their way between terminals and show them approximately how long it will take them to get there. They provide maps on every terminal of London Heathrow (terminal 1,2,4,3). * Which London terminal? - Customers can find a list of the destinations that British Airways and their alliance carriers fly to worldwide, and which terminal in London they fly from/to. http://www.britishairways.com/travel/informationhubpage/public/en_gb?source=TOP_information http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amazon.com#Further_reading http://pages.ebay.com/aboutebay/trustandsafety.html ?? ?? ?? ?? Mayank Sharma ...read more.

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