When Amazon’s kara sells its clothes online, its prices will be higher than at Walmart or Target

The retailer has been accused of overcharging customers for clothes it sells online.

According to The Verge, Amazon’s wholesale clothes online pricing is “on par with that of a brick-and-mortar store.”

The retailer charges between $0.60 and $1.60 per pair of clothing and sells the items for $7-$11.99 a piece.

The prices are a bit higher at online stores.

The Verge noted that the pricing on Amazon’s website “is significantly higher than Walmart’s and Target’s,” as well as those of other online retailers.

It also reported that the retailer had a “lack of transparency” about how much of the clothing it sells goes to pay for marketing costs.

The company also said it was “reviewing” how it deals with counterfeit goods, and that it was working on “improving its compliance processes.”

The US retailer was founded in 1994 by Jeff Bezos and Peter Lynch.

Amazon is one of the largest online retailers in the world.

The website currently sells over 30 million items.

The retailer says that it is the largest seller of online clothes and accessories in the US, but is also the largest importer of apparel.

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