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Some Subhuman Amazon Sellers Are Using Hurricane Irma’s Devastation to Make as Much Money as Possible

Price gouging specifically targets people in need and preys on their desperation. It is NOT the same as "supply and demand." Raising prices by this much during a state of emergency is not only illegal, it's disgracefully unethical.
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