People claimed that the large boxes of cabinets were used to ship kids along with the product under different names, which mostly belonged to girls.
Amazon is being accused of trafficking children in the pretense of exorbitantly priced products on their website. Some questionable products (like pillows, fixtures) and its suspiciously high pricing drove the internet to come up with conspiracy theories that the e-commerce giant may be involved in the illegal activity. The series of allegations came after a Redditor noticed some discrepancies, like different names on the description of identical-looking items, with products being sold on Wayfair, an American company selling furniture. They were charging excessively for something as simple as throw pillows and storage cabinets.
Child trafficking on Amazon must stop NOW! Expensive items = children for sale. 😡 #wayfairtrafficking #Amazon #sextrafficking #ChildTrafficking #adrenochome #EpsteinIsland #CrimesAgainstChildren #DrainTheSwamp #Wayfair #ChildrensLivesMatter #pedogate2020 #PEDOVORES https://t.co/tf0XUjzlCg— Jasmine ✨✨✨ (@Q_GalacticFed) July 11, 2020
Providing a "thorough" debunking of the home-goods company user Ben Collins wrote: One conspiracy theory is that the astronomical prices of some of the Wayfair pillows must mean they’re shipped with a child! In the case of some personalized pillows, entering the name of anything a little weird will drive up the cost to about $10,000. Apparently, these products were priced at $10,000 to $12,000 for a simple pillow and the internet was not letting go of this anomaly easily, reports Today News Talk. Many similar looking items had different names and some suggested that it could the first names of missing children.
What do yall think about this? Wildly coincidence or something sinister? I feel like some of their names are kind of unique so it can't be coincidental. But would sex traffickers be that dumb to use their real names?? pic.twitter.com/hJcVYgIj3j— ♡🎀 Plushy 🎀♡ (@UnicornPlushy) July 10, 2020
People claimed that the large boxes of cabinets were used to ship kids along with the product under different names, which mostly belonged to girls. So all the names pull up missing girls I searched Neriah and she is missing since 2010 YARITZA is additionally a lacking female, wrote one user according to the outlet. People are suspecting that they’re promoting humans in these massive boxes/storage cupboards on Wayfair, They all are identical products however have exclusive names, all-female names. And they are priced $10k-15k extra than the cabinets offered elsewhere, shared another.
Also, some of these “matching first names of lost children” have already been found, as online missing children databases aren’t always up to date.— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) July 11, 2020
One of the women who was dragged into the conspiracy theory did a Facebook Live post asking people to stop.https://t.co/BFhSlMul4S
Some pointed out how these overly priced products were similar to a few items found on other websites namely Amazon. The reviews posted by a few customers also raised eyebrows because who would pay $14,000 for a pillow, leave a glowing recommendation, and then speak extensively about how they used it on their "private jet flight from New York to New Jersey." The 'r/conspiracy' subreddit posted screenshots of cabinets, which were named Alyvia, Neriah, Samiyah, and Yaritza, and ranged from $12,699.99 to $14,499.99 each.
Other sites have exorbitantly priced basic items all over their sites too. Amazon also has a $10,000 pillow and $11,000 cabinet sold.— Ben Collins (@oneunderscore__) July 11, 2020
People have been writing ludicrous, pretty funny fanfic in the reviews for years. pic.twitter.com/DnD7A61w1J
Claims were made that some of the suspicious listings on Wayfair were removed after people began speaking about it. One Twitter user claimed that the pictures of the product were still available on Google. People don’t trust me however now it’s not coming up on the internet site however you can still find it on google, revealed one user. What I’m no longer appreciation is how did the human beings going for walks Wayfair not question the fact that humans are selling cabinets with precise Girls names for over $10k? asked another.
After being bombarded with these accusations, Wayfair broke its silence and addressed the sudden removal of these listings. "There is, of course, no truth to these claims," it said in a statement, according to the New York Post. "The products in question are industrial grade cabinets that are accurately priced. Recognizing that the photos and descriptions provided by the supplier did not adequately explain the high price point, we have temporarily removed the products from the site to rename them and to provide a more in-depth description and photos that accurately depict the product to clarify the price point."
In less than 48 hours it’s been found that #etsy, #amazon & #wayfair are fronts for human child trafficking. I have a feeling this is just the beginning...#ThesePeopleAreSick #Amazontrafficking #WayfairTrafficksChildren #etsytrafficking pic.twitter.com/s0DaFF0a3n— Danielle (@Danielle_MAGA) July 11, 2020
Now, Amazon and Etsy are under fire for the same but they are yet to respond to these allegations. Meanwhile, user King Narmer wrote: This Amazon and Wayfair child trafficking case is waaay bigger news than Will and Jada's relationship and sexual exploits. Another @pyramidfish wrote: Amazon and Wayfair are sex/child trafficking, most fashion brands support and use prison labor which is a form of modern-day slavery, Bangladeshi workers are dying because of poor treatment in the fashion industry, most fast food industries fund trumps campaign.Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.