Brett Kelly of Bridging the Nerd Gap on people “returning” is eBook:
I don’t get a ton of refund requests for my little eBook about Evernote, but I do get a few. The vast majority of the time, the person on the other end is cordial (even apologetic, in some cases) and says that while they enjoyed the eBook, it wasn’t quite what they were looking for and politely ask for their money back.
I had the personal advantage of having enough disposal income and self control to generally not make purposes I don’t feel confident about, therefore I rarely consider returning something that isn’t defective. How can you return a book that you have read?
The crux of Kelly’s piece is about people being rude when asking for returns and his lack of understanding of people behaving as such. That part appalls me to no end, but I still didn’t think people returned things after they consumed them.
Can I legitimately get a refund for a movie that I didn’t like?