(At least not if you want to sell to me!) For the second time in seven days, I have had an order summarily canceled by Amazon, only to receive a message from the vendor, telling me that they know nothing about either the order or the cancellation. Not only was the sale canceled, but absolutely no reason was given and the first I heard about the cancelation was seeing that the money was refunded to my company credit card. On contacting the vendor, they sent me the usual message, giving me a number I can call. That number is no longer manned - it's online multichoice only! If that kind of process and treatment came from an eBay vendor, I would be tempted to give negative feedback. Another good reason to avoid AFCs is that Amazon is bloody slow. Normally, vendors send stuff out as soon as they get the order - not so with Amazon. A week can go by before the overworked packers get around to actually getting stuff to a courier or the post. For that reason and the extreme frustration at having a small but important set of items not delivered, I shall in the future check to make certain that the item is NOT coming from an AFC but from the vendor directly. Better still, use eBay!