Here’s how Apple deals with people who ask for too many iTunes refunds

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We’ve been wondering for a while what Apple would do to deal with users who went overboard requesting their money back under its new EU-mandated 14-day refund policy. Now we know. Rosyna Keller shared the alert above, which only appears if a customer has repeatedly requested refunds for iTunes Store content. By tapping ‘Buy’, they’re then forced to revoke their right to a refund if they download the item within fourteen days. Apple’s able to take this step because EU law allows companies to remove the right to a refund on digital content as long as the customer is told at the…

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