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COD is best for academic & general purposes, Indian productions is extremely bad in printing & paper
Reviewed in India on 15 November 2020
You can buy any Oxford dictionary keeping your eyes shut as it is coming from the house of Oxford. On buying it, I say its pages are of poor quality, binding is good, printing is not as good as those of Oxford Dictionaries. Price was very cheap in comparison to other online sellers in the market, who fleece you, and Amazon does not do that for its good will. I purchased it at Rs 235.00, now I see the price is being shot up day by day, first it was 250.00, then 272.00, and now it is 290.00. I will tomorrow it might be 300.00 or more. Amazon is increasing the price every now and then. Will they think about the pocket of the buyers? They should have kept an eye on the capacity of the buyers. Amazon should be like Amazon and not other online stores. Cannot Amazon India lower the price of the dictionary to its original price of Rs 235.00 so that ordinary and lower income group buy this wonderful product of the Oxford University Press's Indian Edition in this pandemic situation when less money in the hands of all economic brackets ? Will Amazon listen to it and leave a reply here? And reduce the price to RS 222? I am sure you eill get more buyers than you are getting in fluctuating bettween Rs 275 and 261? Will you hear me?