Amazon ordered more than a dozen private orders last month, according to people familiar with the order process.
The orders were first reported by Axios, and the orders were ordered with the help of Amazon’s public ordering portal.
The Amazon ordering platform has become a popular option for consumers looking for private orders.
Amazon declined to comment on the order details.
Amazon has had a rough year.
The company’s stock is down over 70% since mid-September.
Amazon’s private ordering system allows customers to place private orders for items ranging from televisions to electronics to cars, and a number of items, including furniture, have been available for more than $1,000.
Amazon’s private order system also allows customers with the ability to pay to have their orders delivered directly to their door.
Amazon has struggled to attract customers, and many have been turned off by the large price tags that are placed on items, according a recent Wall Street Journal article.
Amazon orders a lot of furniture.
But it also orders a ton of other things.
In a recent earnings call, CEO Jeff Bezos said he was “not happy with the prices on most items” and that “we are trying to be as fair as we can to people who want to order.”
He also acknowledged that “the prices on some items are high,” but noted that Amazon does not keep track of what customers pay for what items.