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Oct 22
Seller contacted - You sent an email with the subject: I'd like to request a refund or return an item
Message: "Refund my money or send the DVD! This is a bunch of BS!! I'll be sure and add this to your wiki "stole my money and never sent product let alone a response as to what's going on." You guys really suck even if we're only talking about three dollars. I'l..."
Oct 15
Seller contacted - You sent an email with the subject: What is the status of my order?
Message: "This order was recieved on Aug 21st and you still have not shipped this item. What's worse is I was charged for this product on Sept 30th. That's a bunch of crap whether this operation is non-profit or not. I need confirmation that this has shipped soo..."
Sep 30
$3.00 charge - Your credit card was charged for $3.00. "GOOGLE *LinuxMCE" will appear on your credit card statement.
Aug 21
Order received - received your order.
Aug 21
Order placed - Your order was placed with A confirmation email was sent to you by Google


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