Not being a native speaker, I get amusing results sometimes when searching on Amazon. For example, "floor scoop" brings up mostly fancy dresses. Apparently, a scoop is a type of dress, which can be floor-length, and so. The correct request is actually "dust pan". Today though, searching for "Peliton termite" ended with a bunch of bicycle saddles. Apparently, Amazon force-replaced it with "peloton", and I know of no syntax to force my spelling. I suspect that Peliton may have trouble selling their products at Amazon. This sort of thing is making me wary of Alexa. I don't see myself ever winning an argument with a robot who knows better, and is implemented in proprietary software that I cannot adjust.
UPDATE: The "plus prefix" works, e.g. "+peliton" (thanks to elisteran).