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People are canceling their Amazon Prime memberships to support the worker protests a?? here's how to cancel yours (AMZN)

People are canceling their Amazon Prime memberships to support the worker protests a?? here's how to cancel yours (AMZN)
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Amazon shoppers are canceling their Prime memberships on Prime Day as a show of support for Amazon workers protesting against working conditions at the tech giant.




Thousands of Amazon workers in the US and Germany are striking, and protests in the UK, Spain, and Poland are planned to take place within the 48 hours of Prime Day.




You can't cancel your Amazon Prime membership in one click; there are four steps to follow.




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Some online shoppers are cancelling their Prime memberships in support of Amazon worker strikes and protests happening around the world on Amazon Prime Day, which officially kicked off on Monday.
Thousands of Amazon workers in the US and Germany are striking amid the deals event, and protests in the UK, Spain, and Poland are planned to take place within the 48 hours of Prime Day on July 15 through 16.
Orhan Akman, federal secretary of German union ver.di, told Business Insider in a statement that Amazon warehouse workers are "deprived of a living wage."
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