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Legally, relatively little. Most repercussions revolve around how much this hurts the former employee's reputation and future employability. The employer may choose to claim for damages caused by the employee breaching their contract, however this is difficult. The employer would have to prove that damages were caused by the employee suddenly leaving, for ...


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The original link in the question includes quotes from "Your Account" section but not the entire section. Two sentences were selectively not included in your question which I've bolded. You may need your own Amazon account to use certain Amazon Services, and you may be required to be logged in to the account and have a valid payment method ...


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Does Amazon prohibit a family of adults from sharing a single Amazon account? No, or at least it seems unlikely. As outlined in my answer & comments on Law Meta, a domestic or family-oriented character is palpable in the clause. That weakens the notion that Amazon's intent is to preclude scenarios which are of a personal-domestic nature and short of ...


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If a family of more than two adults would like to share a single account instead of getting involved with Amazon Household, would they be in violation of Amazon's terms, whether in the section above or elsewhere? Yes. The terms are clear that each account can only be used by one person.


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If someone sends you something that you did not request, that is "unordered merchandise", and under US law, can be treated like a gift meaning that you do not have to return the goods or pay for it. Under the circumstances that you describe, this is not classic unordered merchandise. The vendor simply has to claim (and prove) that you did order the ...


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