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Old 10-22-2012, 05:54 PM   #59
CommonReader
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Originally Posted by jocampo View Post
Good luck :-)

Even if it's not fair, violating any contract or agreement won't give you the right to ask your money back. So yes, legally they can keep your money, even after taking your ebooks away.

Don't get me wrong, not saying I am not with you, just that such action will be futile.
I very much doubt that these t&c would survive the first challenge in court, at least in Europe.
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