When willAmazon start selling online shopping?
The Hill article Amazon is trying to crack the e-tail market with a new product, but some customers aren’t happy.
Amazon says its e-selling program is a way to boost e-retail sales.
The company is testing the program in some markets where it has yet to launch.
But in an e-store that has sold more than 1 million products since it was launched in January, shoppers are not thrilled.
The site is currently in beta, and customers have been complaining that the experience is a drag.
It takes a long time to fill up an order, which has been the complaint of some customers.
There are also no guarantees that you’ll be able to find what you’re looking for in the online store, since many products are unavailable or have expired.
Amazon also says the ecommerce system will be rolled out in more markets and more quickly.
The ecommerce site has not been live in markets where Amazon is currently testing the system.
The first trial of the system will run through early March.
A spokesperson for Amazon declined to comment for this story.
Amazon is offering to extend the trial for one year at a reduced price, but it is not clear if that discount will be extended.