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  # 2071024 10-Aug-2018 08:54
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The developer of this page has inexplicably set break-all so that the text breaks in the middle of words!

 

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  # 2071037 10-Aug-2018 09:26
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Behodar:

 

The developer of this page has inexplicably set break-all so that the text breaks in the middle of words!

 

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Tsk, he/she forgot to add text-align: justify;


 
 
 
 


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  # 2071434 10-Aug-2018 16:25
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Persistent and superfluous use of the word "baby" whenever the PMs child Neve is referred to. For example "carrying baby Neve" , "breastfeeding baby Neve" etc.






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  # 2072049 12-Aug-2018 15:21
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That the former working WAN failover of EdgeOS is still broken in the current version.





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  # 2072160 12-Aug-2018 16:02
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Geektastic: Persistent and superfluous use of the word "baby" whenever the PMs child Neve is referred to. For example "carrying baby Neve" , "breastfeeding baby Neve" etc.

 

I think I shall adopt the soubriquet 'childless grumpy old man' as a persistent and superfluous moniker whenever referring to you.

 

 





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  # 2072205 12-Aug-2018 17:35
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Don't be fooled by the avatar, I don't think Geektastic has reached "old" yet.

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Waldorf or Stadler? wink





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  # 2072216 12-Aug-2018 18:03
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... or Father Hackett!

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  # 2072257 12-Aug-2018 20:33
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refunds from Amazon after the NZ dollar drops , how is it fair i lose money and Amazon makes money on a refund.





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.... and Amazon makes money on a refund.

 

 

They don't.  (Unless they're hedging, which they possibly are.)





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  # 2073111 14-Aug-2018 09:39
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vexxxboy:

 

.... and Amazon makes money on a refund.

 

 

They don't.  (Unless they're hedging, which they possibly are.)

 

 

 

 

sorry but if i have paid $100 and they only refund me $90, who keeps the $10





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  # 2073113 14-Aug-2018 09:41
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That doesn't sound right. Did you pay in NZD or USD, and which currency did they refund in?


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  # 2073122 14-Aug-2018 09:53
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Amazon don't lose or gain anything. They refund you the USD amount of your purchase. The exchange rate dictates the amount actually received by you. Nothing to do with Amazon. Sometimes it can work in your favour, sometimes not. Amazon never receive or refund more than the listed price of the item and shipping.





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  # 2073123 14-Aug-2018 09:54
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vexxxboy: if i have paid $100 and they only refund me $90, who keeps the $10

 

There's a fairly good chance the "missing" money is taken in fees by both bank and credit-card providers.


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  # 2073165 14-Aug-2018 11:01
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Stu:

Amazon don't lose or gain anything. They refund you the USD amount of your purchase. The exchange rate dictates the amount actually received by you. Nothing to do with Amazon. Sometimes it can work in your favour, sometimes not. Amazon never receive or refund more than the listed price of the item and shipping.



It’s not just that the exchange rate can move for or against you, there’s also the big difference between the Bank Buy and Bank Sell exchange rates that the banks use. This could easily account for a $10 difference in $100 - even if the exchange rate itself has not moved.




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