Amazon Ironies

Gffzzzzttttzzgg!, I bought Harvey’s Marx Prompter online (I know, I should’ve ordered it from a real bookshop, but I was in a hurry) and now I get some sort of unanticipated refund, just as I was rereading the section on Credit. And my ‘dividend’? – 50 pence. Wow – you bet I have some ‘questions about their refund policy’ (basically, I’ve lent them 50 p for a week – it all adds to the nectar they leach out of us – see pic):

From Amazon:

We are writing to confirm that we have processed your refund in the amount of £0.50 for your Order 202-483690-478037.

This refund is for the following item(s):

Item: A Companion to Marx’s Capital
Quantity: 1
ASIN: 1844673596
Reason for refund: Pre-order price protection

The following is the breakdown of your refund for this item:

Item Refund: £0.50

Your refund is being credited as follows:

MasterCardDebit Credit Card [ending with 6055]: £0.50

These amounts will be returned to your payment instruments within 10 business days.

Have questions about our refund policy? Contact Amazon.co.uk

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