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Old 11-28-2012, 09:24 AM   #20
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Originally Posted by taustin View Post
Then you are, by definition, not someone who will buy a book, read it, then return it for a refund, eh?
Of course not. I have accidentally purchased a book instead of sending a sample maybe twice, and hit the refund button within seconds. The only time that I returned any book (p or e, in my entire life) that I had started to read, was where the sample seemed to go in another direction. I bought the entire trilogy and was close to puking by the second or third chapter. That was the Fifty Shades trilogy. I did not realize there was so much sadism in it, and feel there should have been a clear warning in the book description.

I guess I am a customer rights advocate: why should I not have the same return policy for an e-book that I have for a p-book? I sure enough pay around the same price for an ebook.
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