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Topic # 182435 15-Oct-2015 16:22
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Hi,

so i purchased the new 6s 64gb off Apple NZ for $1399 and all is good and well at the moment.

So to start off with, my credit card was charged $1399 Pending which is normal. Then a couple days later i had a confirmation email
saying the phone was shipped, and sure enough it turned up a couple days after that. Now surely Apple wouldnt send me the phone if they had
not received payment, which makes sense to me.

So ive had my phone for about 3 days and i checked my account yesterday and the $1399 which was pending has simply disappeared and now my
balance has been credited the $1399.

I've never seen this happen before on my statement. It appears i have the phone for 'free' at this point in time, but surely this will change.

Has anyone else seen this happen with apple related purchases?

Cheers.

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  Reply # 1407341 15-Oct-2015 16:24
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Yea happened to me too. Don't worry they still charge you :-) Just showed up a bit later



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  Reply # 1407388 15-Oct-2015 18:08
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Same here. This has happened to me on a MacBook. It was quite a while to before payment was taken.





 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1407505 15-Oct-2015 21:24
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Cheers guys,

i figurred as much, but still left me scratching my head.

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  Reply # 1407540 15-Oct-2015 23:55
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casanova218: Cheers guys,

i figurred as much, but still left me scratching my head.


And secretly hoping :)




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