I said as much in my seller feedback:
Item was stated to be in English, but cover (at least) was in Dutch. Returned for a full refund.I got an email from Amazon, titled “Important information about your feedback”. Oooh, important! It said: “We regret to inform you that your recent feedback has been removed”, because: “Buyer submitted a product review instead of seller feedback.”
Well, I thought it was a seller review: the stated product (English) was different from what was delivered (Dutch), but I got a refund, so I wasn’t too unhappy with the seller. But maybe my use of the passive “was stated” rather than “seller stated” confused the review-checker-bot’s grammar rules.
So I reworded it.
Seller described item to be in English, but item was not as seller described: cover was in Dutch. Returned for a full refund.I got an email from Amazon, titled “Important information about your edited feedback”. The bot still thinks it’s a product review, yet one of the fields in the feedback form explicitly asks: “Item as described by the seller?”