Ok, here's what I got after emailing Apple to get a credit back for my recent "Hottest Girls" App removal: "I understand you are disappointed that "The Hottest Girls" may no longer be sold in the App Store. I can certainly appreciate your concerns and I'm more than happy to offer some guidance to an area of support that should help to provide more information on this issue for you. While your request for a refund was considered, I can not reverse the charges for you based on the iTunes Store Terms of Sale which States that all sales are final." And here's what I wrote back. Keep in mind that I had a few beers and about 4 gin and tonics before writing this (I was at the Kiss concert at Milwaukee's Summerfest, whoops "Wow, that's super cool, but the bottom line is that Apple allowed this app and I am now screwed out of two dollars because you don't know how to properly keep track of your apps allowed to me. Please forward this email on to a supervisor, as I am apparently not able to fix this situation with you." Should I have waited till tomorrow morning to write this out more "professionally"? Or am/should I be justified in requesting my $2 back?