Did You Cancelled Destiny 2 Pre-order After Getting Beta Code? Retailer Will Charge You For It
When Bungie and Activision announced that Early Beta Access is going to be the Destiny 2 pre-order bonus, many fans of the franchise were unhappy with it, but they found a trick to get past the Pre-order barrier, how? What many players did that they pre-ordered Destiny 2 from retailers, got access to the beta (digital code) and after playing it canceled their Destiny 2 pre-order.
Is there anything retailers could do about this? Best Buy has already started taking action against consumers who canceled their Destiny 2 pre-order after getting the beta code. The retailer is charging customers the value of beta code and this is what they have to say about their decision:
"Because you canceled your order after your digital Beta code had already been fulfilled, which can’t be returned or deactivated, the system automatically charged you its value in accordance with our policies. I do apologize for any disappointment this may cause, but because we cannot return or deactivate the digital code you were already provided we’ll not be able to provide you with a refund for its value."
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