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22 hours ago, 45Doll said:

I got my refund within 48 hours after my review was posted. Binoculars are excellent.

Thanks @Maksim

 

Same here..  Took a few days for the review to post on amazon, and a couple days for the refund to appear.. 

So for you guys waiting on the refund; look and make sure your review is posted on the reviews for the bino's, you filled out the form corrrectly, and then you should get a paypal refund within a couple days.

The 2020 deal and this one both worked fine for me..

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52 minutes ago, Tunaman said:

I got charged a fee of 7 or 8 dollars.  I'll take it though...even though the deal says all fees will be refunded.

 

Same here, i think its the paypal fee's for them sending money not as friends and family..  But i figured its one hell of a pair of bino's for 8 bucks!   :good:    :B:):

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This worked fine for me round #1. Not working (yet) for round #2.

I haven't heard anything since my review posted (and the google form submitted) about 10 days ago. 

I'll update this when I get the refund and/or learn anything. 

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