You Might Have Free Money Waiting for You on Amazon
Make sure to check your Amazon account, because you might just have credits from previously purchased e-books. That's because Apple is settling a 0 million class-action lawsuit, and you may benefit from it.
The lawsuit accused Apple of illegally working with five major book publishers to artificially boost the price of e-books. As part of the settlement, consumers will be entitled to a .93 credit for every e-book that was aNew York Timesbestseller, and .57 in credit for any other e-book they purchased while prices were artificially high.
Want to see if you have some extra credits sitting around? You might if you bought an e-book published by Hachette, HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Penguin, or Macmillan between April 1, 2010 and May 21, 2012, reports. The credit doesn't just apply to Amazon shoppers, either; you may also see credits in your Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Apple e-book accounts, so look closely. You may have already received a credit from the publishers, but this credit comes straight from Apple and is good until June 24, 2019.
On Amazon, , or for more information. You can even use the credit for any purchase on Amazon.com, except for gift cards and certain subscriptions. As for other e-book retailers, .
Video: Will You Be Rich or Poor? True Personality Test
J.W. Anderson Taps Bella Hadid for Its Fall 2019 Campaign
5 Bogus Excuses Men Make for Not Taking Care of Themselves
4 healthy habits that can help you reduce the risk of heart problem
How to Make Healthy Snacks As a Kid
The Osteoporosis and Menopause Connection
Switch Up Your Fall Beauty Routine With These 10Products
How to Make Travel Bearable when You Are Older
These Are the 13 Most Stylish Men in the World Right Now, According to GQ’
14 Simple Home Remedies To Treat Swollen Gums
St. Ives Cucumber, Melon And Vitamin E
Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbanks Royal Wedding: Everything You Need to Know
The Science Of Scent: How To Wear Fragrance Like A Pro
Jennifer Lopez said men are useless before 33