Amazon To Kindle Customers: If and when e-book settlement is approved, you might get a refund
October 17, 2012 | 11:30 am
It sometimes feels like the price-fixing settlement between e-book publishers and the government has been stretching on forever. But it now seems Amazon is prepping Kindle customers for a potential partial refund, if they bought e-books between April 2010 and May 2012. That is, if the court approves the settlements in various states.
Amazon has been sending eligible customers e-mails alerting them to the possible refunds, which wouldn’t go into effect until February 2013 if the court approves. There’s also as a special FAQ page for those wondering if they’ll get some money back.
Check out ebooksagsettlements.com for more information from the State Attorneys General regarding the e-book settlement …
Source: The Consumerist
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