Is there a way that I can get Amazon to periodically send me items from my wishlist without me telling it to? [more inside]
I am not in Canadabut I have a credit card loaded with 75 Canadian dollars. What is the smartest way to buy something in canadian dollars off of Amazon (amazon.ca)? I will need any purchase shipped to the U.S.. Will there be crazy unforeseen delivery charges buying through amazon.ca? Is there a way to get this money onto my amazon.com account as credit? Is there some other smart way to spend Canadian dollars while living in the u.s.? Is there some way to get it transferred through the credit card company to an account of mine? The card says it is only for electronic use. [more inside]
Can I order books and CD's from Amazon.com to be sent to my home in Korea, but using a US-based debit card? [more inside]
How large a stock of used books would one need in order to make a lower-middle class living selling them primarily on Amazon? [more inside]
How to be successful as a professional Amazon merchant and how to limit one's risk? [more inside]
How can I "test drive" a Kindle? [more inside]
I have a television shipping from Amazon, by way of a company called Eagle USA. This is apparently a delivery service where they'll bring the television up to my apartment, plug it in, make sure it works, etc. I'm wondering is if a tip is customary for this type of service, and if so, how much (total/per person)? It's a 42" TV that weighs about 80 lbs, and I live on the 3rd floor of a walk-up building. Thanks!