So we have all heard all the complaints about Kindle books being nonreturnable. After all you are buying a digital book and not a paperbook. But in fact you can return content to Amazon. Here is the policy:
Any content you purchase for Kindle from the Amazon Kindle store is eligible for return and refund if we receive your request within 7 days of the date of purchase. Once a refund is issued, the item will be removed from Your Media Library and will no longer be readable on your Kindle. To request a refund and return, click the Customer Service button in the Contact Us box in the right-hand column of this page to reach us via phone or e-mail. Please make sure to include the title of the item you wish to return in your request.
Not many folks know this, but if you have paid $9.99 for a garbage Kindle book, you should consider returning it before it’s too late. Yet another policy that shows Amazon cares about its customers.
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