HEMEL HEMPSTEAD, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 14: Items in "Amazon Prime" branded packaging are seen at the Amazon Fulfillment Centre on November 14, 2018 in Hemel Hempstead, England. The online retailer Amazon will again take part in the now-traditional "Black Friday" sales this year, with reductions available from 16-25 November. (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images) (Photo by Leon Neal/Getty Images)

Amazon’s “One-Click” ordering has made it so easy to make an online purchase that even a toddler could do it. In fact, a toddler has done it — buying a $400 couch her mother knew nothing about.

San Diego resident Isabella McNeil says she was baffled when she recently received an email from Amazon, notifying her that her new couch had been shipped. “I thought, ‘Did I buy a couch in my sleep?’,” she says. Then she recalled letting her 2-year-old daughter Rayna play with her phone a few days earlier and figured out what had happened. Unfortunately, it was too late to stop the $400 piece of furniture from arriving.

“Lesson learned,” says McNeil, who’s now attempting to sell the couch on OfferUp. “Now I know it’s really dangerous and I need to make sure the Amazon app is closed before my daughter takes the phone. It’s just so easy.”


Toddler buys $400 couch on Amazon unbeknownst to mom

A two-year-old girl already has an online shopping habit -- thanks to Amazon's "1-Click" ordering. Isabella McNeil said she handed her cell phone over to her toddler daughter, and days later, received an email alerting her that a $400 couch had been shipped to her home.