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Old 07-02-2009, 06:21 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Elfwreck View Post
Sending everyone a paper book is indeed not fair. However, a refund is not necessarily a fair business practice... do you think that if you buy a pair of shoes on sale, it's okay for the store to send someone to your house to remove them if they were accidentally marked down to that price, and refund your money?
The shoe thing is not a realistic scenario. Selling stolen property and mis-marked sale property are two different things. With mis-marked property, the store is just going to be out of luck. With stolen property, the store might take from you but the police might.

If you think a refund is not enough (vs. fair) maybe a refund and half or something similar would work.

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Once you bought it, it's yours; the seller doesn't have the right to demand a return because they sold it by mistake.
Not with Kindle books. People forget that we do not *own* Kindle books. They are very long term leases.
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