Amazon’s Order History

I met a person the other day who never ordered a thing from Amazon. Most people I know order everything from Amazon. They haven’t been inside a traditional store for years.

Here is a special treat for all Amazon lovers. You can now use a special Amazon tool to see everything you’ve ever ordered.

How scary is that?

Amazon just announced that “you can see what you paid for an item, when you ordered it, the vendor you purchased from and what payment method you used. You can also see returns and refunds by running a similar report.”

Instructions from Amazon!

  • Go to and log in to your account.

  • Tap “Account & Lists” on the top right.

  • Choose “Download order reports” under the “Ordering and shopping preferences” section.

  • Select a report type: “Items” is default and shows all shipments, but use the drop-down to switch to “refunds” or “returns.”

  • Select a start and end date.

  • Tap “Request report.”

Click here to read a CNBC story that gives you more details.


2 thoughts on “Amazon’s Order History

  1. Was shocked too when told a relative didn’t ever use Amazon. Her reason: Lives in apartment bldg., no door man and untrustworthy neighbors.

  2. I’m not crazy about buying on Amazon because they don’t accept PayPal as payment. So I try to avoid it whenever possible. Sometimes I can’t!

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