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Should I give 100% money back gurantee for my ebook?

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by Julzwriter, Jul 26, 2013.

  1. Julzwriter

    Julzwriter Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have just finished writing my second ebook and I am
    looking forward to launching it on
    1st August. I was wondering if it is a good
    idea to offer my readers a three day 100% money back
    gurantee, no questions asked, if the ebook doesn't deliver on what
    it promises.
    The reason I am doing this is to increase my credibility and
    give the customers confidence to buy the ebook.

    Do you think that this is a good idea or it will backfire on me?
    Anyone here tried a money back gurantee on an ebook before?
     
  2. monkid

    monkid Power Member

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    Yes, you should. That will make your conversion better. :)

    Goodluck with your sales!
     
  3. Nicknicholas

    Nicknicholas Junior Member

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    Yeah and it really can't backfire... The refund rate on most products is very low, and any user who is willing to use that policy would most likely do a chargeback anyway.
     
  4. kingc

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    So long as the quality of the book is high then you should definitely offer a money back guarantee. However if its not high then be prepared for loads of refund requests.