Why do ebay and Amazon have to follow up every purchase you have made with suggestions of identical purchases based on what other people like you bought?
I have just bought a second hand wardrobe on ebay. At the bottom of the page acknowledging that I had paid for the item was a random selection of furniture that 'other people had bought' and a selection of about another dozen wardrobes that might 'inspire me'
Buy a book or CD from Amazon and they automatically assume that you will want to make the further purchases based on what other people who bought that book/CD bought next so they are all listed together with every other book the author ever wrote including the one you have just bought in the hardback version and its translation into serbo-croat. None of them are remotely relevant to your taste in books/music.
Why can't they ajust ccept your order graciously, thank you for shopping with them and hope to see you again and stop making stupid suggestions for further purchases.
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