But somehow with ebooks, oh there has to be a refund policy.
I mean lets face it... a person has your ebook and your now out of pocket
And there are a lot of dishonest people online buying products and not wanting to pay for them and just refund trigger happy..
Then throw the retards over at clickbank into the mix and you have one big refund disaster
I mean who in the hell goes into barnes and noble, buys a book and then reads it and comes back and says.. No i wasnt satisfied.. i want a refund
Barnes and noble would say.. Tough.. SUCK IT UP!
Yet somehow online with ebooks, oh we have to give a refund..
Quite frankly its annoying and I'm thinking of no longer offering refunds on digital products and saying on the sales page
" This is a digital product, if you decide after buying it, that you want your money back, im sorry but you wont get it as we have no way of getting our product back, have a good day "
I can understand if there is not ample information on the sales page as to what they are getting but most of the time you can tell the refund people not because they refund within 1 day, but because of the tone of their email
What do you think?