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December 4, 2013 at 6:03 AM

What your Amazon.com drone delivery receipt will look like

Barry Welch of Ferndown in the United Kingdom created this mock delivery receipt from an Amazon.com drone. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos told “60 Minutes” that the company is testing the use of drones for delivering products, according to a Bloomberg story. Follow Welch on Twitter @quantumpirate.

Barry Welch made this mock Amazon.com delivery form after the company revealed it has been testing drones to deliver products. (Photo courtesy of Barry Welch)

Barry Welch made this mock Amazon.com delivery form after the company revealed it has been testing drones to deliver products. (Photo courtesy of Barry Welch)

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