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Old 12-13-2012, 07:00 PM   #131
FizzyWater
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Unintentionally borrowing books

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Originally Posted by Mike@OverDrive View Post
If a user unintentionally borrows a title, there’s an option on the Bookshelf page to return the borrowed title to the library’s collection. If a user unintentionally downloads a title, in most cases, they have the option to return the title from the respective software.
I once borrowed a book that was a reissue with a new cover. When I opened it, I realized right away I'd already read it and returned it the same day.

My account was locked for 3 days for "suspicious activity". (There's at least one thread here about this - I'm not the only person this has happened to).

So I'd be afraid to immediately return something if I ordered it by mistake.

Also, doesn't the library incur a small charge for every borrowed book? Or is only when the file is actually downloaded? I'd hate for this to cause a lot of additional charges to already cash-strapped libraries.
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