Does Amazon Owe You Money?

If you purchased a Kindle book published by Hachette, HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Penguin or Macmillan between 4/1/10 and 5/21/12 on Amazon.com, check your Inbox for a possible credit!

The email will come from account-update@amazon.com and have the Subject Line “You have a new _____ book credit in your Amazon account”.

Your credit will automatically be applied to your next purchase of any Kindle book or a print book sold by Amazon.com, regardless of publisher (you don’t have to do anything to claim your credit).

The credit applied to your purchase will appear in your order summary. Click here for more information.

Did you qualify for any credits?!

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Comments

  1. Charity says

    If you purchased ebooks through Barnes and Noble (ie. Nookbooks), you may have received a similar email. I received a gift card credit for $32! The amount credited is dependent on how many books you purchased during the dates you listed and if those books were NYT Bestsellers. Happy reading!