Check this if you'll be adding code (or don't like smileys).
To confirm that you are human write OK, uppercase:: (by the way we have several filters in place and we monitor everything, so don't loose time)
shortcuts (IE and NS6 only): hit alt+s to send, alt+p to preview, or alt+r to reset
Posted by: rc10team
Posted on: May 4th, 2005, 4:58pm
Hi. I recently purchased ebookswriter and am in the process of writing an ebook with it.
My question is: is it more profitable in general to offer a general return policy (i.e. 30 days no questions asked), a limited return policy (i.e. 3 days plus return handling fee) or no return policy when selling an ebook.
I know a lot of people are "comforted" by the idea of buying a product with a return policy, but it also seems like a lot of other people would just buy the ebook, learn it and return it.
Posted by: Support Staff
Posted on: May 10th, 2005, 6:28am
Hum, usually when you purchase a real (paper) book, you can not return it - no way.