Amazon is Banning Customers Who Make Too Many Returns. 3 Things to Know Today. Stay in the know in 60 seconds.

By Andrea Hardalo

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  1. Without any warning, Amazon is banning customers who make too many returns. Amazon's return policy doesn't state that returning too many items will get you banned, but it does say that the company reserves the right to terminate accounts at its discretion.
  2. Yesterday, Zuckerberg met with EU Parliament and if you were still wondering if Facebook is a monopoly, Zuckerberg still says it's not.
  3. Is one piece of meat not enough for your burger? Chili's 'Boss Burger' which has brisket, pulled ribs, jalapeño sausage, and bacon all on top of a half-pound beef burger patty is now available nationwide.

Watch the previous 3 Things video: Starbucks Beats Tech at Mobile Payments and the Obamas Have a New Gig! 3 Things to Know Today.

Andrea Hardalo

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Andrea Hardalo is the social media editor of Entrepreneur.com. She previously managed social for Scout Media.

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