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I do not want to pay $108.16 for Amazonprime membership. How do I get a credit on my Discover Card for this amount.

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How do I cancel my AmazonPrime membership and get my credit card credited back 99.00?


You need to contact Amazon directly. http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/help/id=201118010

Mar 03, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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I did not want the prime membership and they charged me for it what do i do


Loretta, since you do not include who the "prime membership" is with, I can only give you generic possibilities. First, did you pay for this with a debit or credit card. If a "debit" card all you can do it to try to find a contact phone number for the company that you now have the "prime membership" with and see if they can help you.
If you used a "credit" card, contact the phone number on the back of the card and contact them and tell them your problem. The majority of credit card companies will be more than willing to help you with this problem; especially if you did not sign up for the "prime membership" or were misled in any fashion.

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