90 Day Refund Policy Confirmed

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by macfan881, Mar 24, 2009.

  1. macfan881 macrumors 68020

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    A couple of hours ago we reported on Kotaku's rumour about Apple's contract stating that not only must developers offer a 90 day full refund on App Store products, but they must foot the bill for Apple's commission.

    We've since had this rumour confirmed by an established iPhone games developer, and we've taken a look at the offending passage in the new contract. Here it is:

    "6.3 In the event that Apple receives any notice or claim from any end-user that: (i) the end-user wishes to cancel its license to any of the Licensed Applications within (90) days of the date of download of that Licensed Application by that end-user; or (ii) a Licensed Application fails to conform to Your Specifications or Your Product warranty or the requirements of any applicable law, Apple may refund to the end-user the full amount of the price paid by the end-user for that Licensed Application. In the event that Apple refunds any such price to an end-user, You shall reimburse, or grant Apple a credit for, an amount equal to the price for that Licensed Application. Apple will have the right to retain its commission on the sale of that Licensed Application, notwithstanding the refund of the price to the end-user."


    Great news its nice to know that if a app isnt totaly up to standards we have a chance for a refund now it makes it a lil more easier to buy that 20 buck app :) Full story bellow
    http://www.pocketgamer.co.uk/r/iPhone/iPhone+news/news.asp?c=12333
     
  2. shadowgalun macrumors newbie

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    Awesome! Now I'll return all the paid apps i got bored of!
     
  3. Jeremy1026 macrumors 68020

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    Just FYI. The same exact wording is found in the current contract. So if Apple feels that users are abusing the system they still reserve the right to refuse refunds.
     

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