Amazon and China Poison Millions With Lead Tainted Products
On 6/14/2012 2:57 PM, Amazon.com Product Safety Team wrote:
Greetings from Amazon.com, We have recently learned that Audio-Technica U.S. lnc. is voluntarily recalling Storage Bag for Microphone AT2020USB. Our records indicate that you have purchased one of the product(s) listed in this recall through the Amazon.com website. Audio-Technica U.S., lnc. ("ATUS") recently discovered that microphone storage bags for the captioned microphone, sold between the dates of January 7, 2009 and December 31, 2011 may contain a lead level in excess of the permissible limits under California Proposition 65. The affected storage bag(s) accompanying the microphones may have been sold to you. Please contact The Audio Technica Service at (330) 686-2600 Monday-Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM (EST) for more information. If you purchased this for someone else, please notify the recipient immediately and provide them with the information to contact the Audio Technica Service listed above. We regret the inconvenience this recall has caused you but trust you will understand that the safety of our customers is our highest priority. Thanks for shopping at Amazon.com. Sincerely, Customer Service Amazon.com www.amazon.com Please note: this e-mail was sent from a notification-only address that cannot accept incoming e-mail. Please do not reply to this message.
In my review for this product on Amazon, before the sickos banned me for getting “an extraodinary amount of refunds” (for their misdescribed, damaged and toxic made in China garbage), I had COMPLAINED ABOUT THAT BAG’S SMELL. And what did I get for it? Multiple thumbs down. So many sick idiots everywhere. And that isn’t the only product I complained about that reeked headache and nauseua causing toxicity on Amazon. There were nearly many like that, and I discovered over the years that mass produced products sold by the millions of all kinds, usually plastic insulation for wires, including ones used for computers, like the plugs, USB cables and eSATA and SATA cables would also reek that same smell. I’ve also smelled it coming from camera tripods and the foam on tripods and a black bomber jacket I bought, all made in guess where?: China. I even smelled it on what seemed to be the grease on a mass produced Mongoose Walmart bike. I had to put it outside because of that. This $200 cart I bought about a week ago also had a similar smell coming from it. I can smell the cart whenever I’m near it. Amazon and other sellers of mass produced products should have to be required to test mass produced products which they sell for hazard violations. If any lawmakers are reading this, please make a law requiring Amazon, Walmart and other giant corporations to have a testing facility that must test any mass produced product (produced automatically by machinery) for hazardous materials before it is sold, and not allowing for loop holes like, “If part of the product is made by hand then it doesn’t count as mass produced”. It should be, “If any part of the product is mass produced” the entire product must be tested…