My name is J.P. and I am your refund retriever.
Ok, so you’re trying to get a refund for something you overpaid for or a purchase that you forgot about. What a pain in the butt! If you ever find yourself in this situation, just remember: you do not need to be a jerk to someone who is clearly doing you a favor. In fact, you are probably perfectly well aware of all your options and are just trying to do the right thing.
It’s so easy to be a jerk when you’re trying to get a refund, especially on a site like Amazon. Sure, it’s easy to forget to cancel your order or to leave out the shipping info, but theres a way to make it difficult for people to get their money back. Amazon is a bit of a no-win situation for people because they have a lot of choices and if you don’t play along, you can get kicked off.
Amazon, like many other retailer sites, has a section called “refund retriever” with a list of things you can do to make it harder for people to get their refund. In this section, you can request a refund of your purchase amount plus a percentage of the purchase amount. If you request the refund, Amazon will allow you to keep your money, even if the item is defective.
This is a similar concept to the one behind PayPal’s “shopping cart” feature. PayPal allows a user to request a refund of all their purchases, plus a percentage of their purchases, for everything they have bought so far, which can add up to a lot of money. Amazon allows you to request a refund of your purchase amount, plus a percentage of your purchase amount, on top of the original purchase amount.
Amazon allows refunds to your original purchase amount, and you can request the refund of your original purchase amount and a percentage of your original purchase amount. This is similar to PayPals shopping cart feature that allows you to cancel your order if there are problems. In both cases, the user is required to provide a link to the original purchase. In both cases, the link is necessary to claim the refund.
The refund retriever is a great feature, but it can be a very tricky process. You can only request a refund when you have an original purchase. You are required to provide a link to the original purchase. You are also required to provide your original purchase amount and a percentage. So this is how you get a refund for every purchase you make. You can’t request for a refund of an amount if you have already made that purchase. The same is true for a percentage refund.
A lot of people are not too good about refund requests. It is very easy to ask for a percentage refund, but it is almost impossible to request a refund for an amount. It’s not like you can say, “Hey, I bought $100 and I want a percentage refund.” You are required to tell the company exactly what you made back. If you are sending a refund for the exact dollar amount you made back, the company is not able to do anything.
So for example, if you bought 100 pounds of butter, but you paid for the 100 pounds in cash, you would not be able to request a refund for the exact amount you had paid in cash. The reason is because your credit card company would have to charge you interest for the money you had spent. This is called “charging back.
If you send in a credit card bill with the exact dollar amount you made back, this is no problem for the company because it knows that it cannot do anything to prevent refund requests. This can make for a very frustrating experience, but it is something that can be avoided.