Amazon is obviously aware that they’ve left this loophole wide open. I wonder if publicizing it will lead them to close it. But either way, if you’re a Subscribe & Save user, you should sign yourself up with a fake baby. Even if you have a real baby, a fake one might be better if you don’t want too many targeted deals.
You, sir, have very quickly lost every bit of respect I might have otherwise had towards you.
For one, you’re lying. To get 5% off extra on top of the 15% off you may already get legitimately. Should this bit itself not make you cringe?
For another, have you considered that perhaps Amazon has “obviously” kept this loophole open to make life easier for its potential beneficiaries? That perhaps, the lack of authentication is to add another layer of delight to the shopping experience of Amazons’ customers? That Amazon may be grudgingly absorbing the lower revenue from frauds such as you, so that their true intended beneficiaries do get a seamless and pleasant shopping experience?
Yes, you’re right—if enough impostors such as you start abusing the service, then Amazon may very well have to close the loophole at the least, and cancel the provision at the most.
It’s people like you that ruin the experience for the rest—and you should be ashamed.