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Jeffrey R Dalton

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How to give partial refunds for print-on-demand books?
Posted: Nov 28, 2017 11:58 AM
 
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How do I partially refund those who bought my book at a higher price? No one has requested a refund, but I would like to give a refund pro-actively.
Emily Veinglory

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Re: How to give partial refunds for print-on-demand books?
Posted: Nov 28, 2017 11:59 AM   in response to: Jeffrey R Dalton in response to: Jeffrey R Dalton
 
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You can't. As far as Amazon is concerned the transaction was correct.
Ralph E Vaughan

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Re: How to give partial refunds for print-on-demand books?
Posted: Nov 28, 2017 12:19 PM   in response to: Jeffrey R Dalton in response to: Jeffrey R Dalton
 
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Jeffrey R Dalton wrote:
How do I partially refund those who bought my book at a higher price? No one has requested a refund, but I would like to give a refund pro-actively.

Not your problem. You've no control over booksellers listing your paperback and the buyers are not your customers. If readers have a beef, they can take it up with the sellers.
Dave Casey

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Re: How to give partial refunds for print-on-demand books?
Posted: Nov 28, 2017 7:54 PM   in response to: Jeffrey R Dalton in response to: Jeffrey R Dalton
 
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I wouldn't worry about it. If someone complains to you and you feel so inclined, you can send them a couple of dollars through Paypal or the like, but I wouldn't worry about it until then. Higher prices happens. It's a fact of life. I just bought a new laptop from Best Buy and saw them selling it a couple of weeks later, for $50 less. It happens. Time to move on.
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