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Google Play Return Policy
If you’re interested in a game and don’t mind spending a few bucks on it — but don’t want to commit unless you know it’s actually worth it — then you can take advantage of Google’s returns policy for apps. When you pay for an app you’ve got two hours to test it out before you are stuck with the purchase.
A couple of hours may not seem like a long time, but it’s definitely long enough to get a feel for a game and know if you actually want to pay for it or not. And if you’re really, really skint you could manufacture a night’s entertainment out of just your phone and a stopwatch. Be warned though: dodgy behavior could lead to Google flagging you as suspect and refusing to refund paid apps.
If you can’t refund the app in Google Play, make sure you get a screenshot of the attempt.
You can then email the screenshot (make sure you get the date in there too) to the developer requesting a refund. The developer’s contact details are now required at the bottom of each app description in Google Play.
If the developer is unresponsive, you can also try contacting Google via the Google Play help page for returns and refunds and hitting the Contact us button in the top right-hand corner. There’s no guarantees Google will refund your app purchase price, but the fact that you have proof you tried to refund it within the returns window should be enough to get your money back.
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