So I think I just stole music by accident.
So I got some Amazon promotional credit stuff so I decided to buy an MP3 album. It cost $5.99 and I had $3 in credit. So I paid $2.99. Went through all the purchasing stuff, and downloaded all the songs.
Totally forgot that I activated my new debit card today because this one expired.
So at like 1 AM I got an email saying “we’re cancelling this order because you haven’t paid for it because your card isn’t valid, if you want to get the item you’ll need to order it again.”
I changed the date to what it’s supposed to be on the card (it’s the same card number and everything)
And I went to my like “cloud” shit and I still have the music listed as stuff I’ve bought and downloaded, but it says the payment is cancelled and I don’t have the promotional credit anymore. :/
I mean obviously I’m not going to buy the whole album again because I /already bought it/ and I don’t need two of the same MP3 album… Especially since I can’t apply the promotional credit again. I just want them to take the amount that I owe them from my card. It makes no sense for me to have to buy the same thing twice, for twice as expensive. I guess I’ll just wait until next month and see if it shows up on my bank statement…
Is there any way this can come back to haunt me? If me trying to be legit with music gets me into trouble I’m just going to be pissed off.
What the hell, right? :/