Sunday, October 14

Aftermath Of The Department of Justice Lawsuit: Amazon Customers Getting Refunds

Aftermath Of The Department of Justice Lawsuit: Amazon Gives Customers Money


Some folks have received emails from Amazon informing them they'll be getting money because of the settlement reached between "several major e-book publishers and the Attorneys General of most U.S. states and territories". Specifically:
While we will not know the amount of your credit until the Court approves the settlements, the Attorneys General estimate that it will range from $0.30 to $1.32 for every eligible Kindle book that you purchased between April 2010 and May 2012. (past e-book purchases)
There are conditions of course. To read all about it click here: Customer FAQ for Attorneys General E-book Settlements.

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