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    • 7th Jul 08, 3:40 PM
    Amazon Prime membership - 7th Jul 08 at 3:40 PM

    I know this is not the place but cannot find anywhere else that fits! :confused:

    I have made a school boy mistake - i agreed to months trial of Amazon Prime but forgot and 3 days ago they took £49-00 for the next 12 months. I will not get value for money as i buy very little from Amazon.

    There is an option that says, If you havent used the preferential postal system you can cancel account. BUT what i cannot find anywhere is,

    do i get my money back?

    I cannot see any point in offering this option if you dont , but i dont want to cancel 3 days in if i loose any benefit for the next 362 days and dont get my money back.

    SORRY again,

    Google is our friend
    Can I cancel my membership to Amazon Prime?

    You can cancel your membership in Your Account at any time before you or your registered guests have made any eligible purchases and we will refund your full membership fee. To do this, visit the Manage Your Prime Account section of Your Account and click the "Cancel membership" button. It can take up to two days for completing this process. For any trial or other promotional memberships you may cancel such membership at any time by visiting the "Manage Your Prime Account section" of Your Account and selecting the "Do not upgrade" button.
    Last edited by rwilts; 07-07-2008 at 3:45 PM. Reason: fool
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