I am very curious because I'd like to test them out.
1.) Find an item covered by Amazon (Fulfilled by Amazon).
2.) Order it.
3.) Gets to your house.
4.) Wait a few days (or you can do this the same day if you really want the money back fast, riskier somewhat). Open a support chat and say your item never arrived and that you're disappointed because it was a gift (or you had to go to the store and get one cause it was urgent, etc.). Basically, make up an excuse and say that the item never arrived.
5.) They'll ask if you want a replacement or a refund. Pick one. (Some people want 2 of the same item, some don't).
Repeating this process 2-3 times can get your house blacklisted (address can't be shipped to) from Amazon.
Basic outline I guess.
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