This is actually a great idea.
Amazon is apparently enlisting everyday humans in its network of endless online shopping delivery. The WSJ reports that the ecommerce giant is working on an app internally that would allow the average consumer to make a little cash by picking up Amazon packages at various retail locations and dropping them off at their final destination.
WSJ’s sources did not have a timeline for the release of this product, internally called ‘On My Way,’ and were unsure whether it would launch at all.
Amazon has spent years not only iterating the way it tailors your online shopping experience ? the mega retailer has one of the best suggestion engines in the business ? but also the way that it gets you your products with speed and convenience.
Besides the standard shipping (or two-day for Prime members), Amazon has fiddled with the idea of letting Uber drivers and yellow cabs deliver products…
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