I just received two shipping notifications from Amazon for orders placed over the weekend. However, it seems the item being shipped was omitted from both emails. It seems they have a bug with their systems. Here is one email with my personal information obfuscated.
Greetings from Amazon.com.
We thought you’d like to know that we shipped your items, and that this
completes your order. Your order is being shipped and cannot be changed
by you or by our customer service department.
You can track the status of this order, and all your orders, online by
visiting Your Account at http://www.amazon.com/gp/css/history/view.html
There you can:
* Track your shipment
* View the status of unshipped items
* Cancel unshipped items
* Return items
* And do much more
The following items have been shipped to you by Amazon.com:
Amazon.com items (Sold by Amazon.com, LLC):
Shipped via UPS
Tracking number: 1ZW88XXXXXXXXXXXX
This shipment was sent to:
Eric W Goh
via UPS (estimated delivery date: July 28, 2009).
For your reference, the number you can use to track your package is
1ZW88XXXXXXXXXXXX.Visit http://www.amazon.com/wheres-my-stuff to track
your shipment.Please note that tracking information may not be available
If you need to print an invoice for this order, visit Your Account
(www.amazon.com/your-account) and click to view open and recently shipped
orders. Find the order in the list and click the “View order” button.
You’ll find a button to print an invoice on the next page.
If you ever need to return an order, visit our Online Returns Center:
If you’ve explored the links on the Your Account page but still need
assistance with your order, you’ll find links to e-mail or call
Amazon.com Customer Service
in our Help department at http://www.amazon.com/help/
Please be aware that items in this order may be subject to California’s
Electronic Waste Recycling Act. If any items in this order are subject
to that Act, the seller of that item has elected to pay any fees due
on your behalf.
Please note: This e-mail was sent from a notification-only address
that cannot accept incoming e-mail. Please do not reply to this message.
Thank you for shopping with us.
Amazon.com… and you’re done!