A few days ago, a customer asked for an electric knife sharpener.
But as the knife was being packed, it went missing, along with the $50 in shipping.
The customer is a former customer who says he was not informed about the recall until it went public, and has been contacted by a reporter.
We don’t know what happened with the knife, said a spokesperson for the company that sells the knife.
We are working with authorities to determine what happened.
We are still in the process of assessing the incident, but we have notified all of our current and former customers and we are taking steps to ensure that the company does not re-issue any more knives.
The company says the knife is “the only one of its kind in the U.S.”
It said it had received 2,400 inquiries about the missing blade and was investigating.
It also said it was investigating reports that some customers were being charged a $200 fee for returning an electric blade, but this is untrue.
We have been contacted to confirm this claim.
The knives have been sold in more than a dozen states and in more countries than ever before, according to the company.
The company also sells knives online, including in the UK, China, South Korea and Hong Kong.
A spokesperson for Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The electric knife maker is a subsidiary of Amazon.com Inc., which also owns the Washington Post.