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Old 10-07-2012, 08:30 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by taming View Post
When you "return" an eBook, you still have a perfectly readable copy on your computer or device.
The two times I returned a book (once, because I accidentally bought it instead of sending a sample, the other time because I bought 50 Shades after reading the sample, then realized how sick the book was getting another chapter into it) the copy was instantly removed from my device and from my cloud library. I don't imagine people actually abusing this, but even if they did... You could technically read through a paper book in two weeks, then return it to B&N. Again, I don't imagine people would actually do this, as I assume most people are honest.

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