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  1. tinkerbellandeeyor

    tinkerbellandeeyor DIS Veteran

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    Weird i bought a song from I tunes forty eight hours ago and was billed for it at eight this morning it was not a big deal I used a I tunes gift card but still weird it took so long for them to deduct it
     
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  3. Lemonademouth

    Lemonademouth DIS Veteran

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    48 hours ago is a Sunday. Most transactions occur during M-Fri. It may just have been an off time.
     
  4. tinkerbellandeeyor

    tinkerbellandeeyor DIS Veteran

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    Thank you it did not even occur to me :-)
     
  5. Lemonademouth

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    No problem at all.
     
  6. miss.potatohead

    miss.potatohead Mouseketeer

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    If I use an itunes card, it will automatically deduct the money from my account (you can see the amount on your account in the top right corner of the screen), but I don't get an emailed invoice for a few days. This is probably what you've experienced.
     
  7. tinkerbellandeeyor

    tinkerbellandeeyor DIS Veteran

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    Okay that makes sevens so it gets deducted right away and I recite a receipt
    a few days later
     
  8. miss.potatohead

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    I'm pretty sure. I go through the Australian iTunes store because I'm from Australia, but a few days after I purchase something, I get an email with the subject "Your receipt No.4359743895983" and then it'll contain your order number, issue date, order total and say "Billed To: Store Credit" (as it has come from an itunes card, and not used a credit or debit card.

    It'll also say what you bought and how much it cost.

    I think they send them so people know what they have bought, in case it was not done by them, and so they have a recept like at the shops!
     
  9. clarkshel

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    This is the same for me. I always have an iTunes credit on my account, since I redeem US iTunes cards.. Easier to do since I'm in Canada and buy from the US iTunes Store, and I haven't found a way to add my Canadian credit card to my account yet. The invoice always arrive a day or two later.
     
  10. SaraJayne

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    The money is deducted instantly, which you will see in the account balance in the upper right hand corner.

    The receipt usually comes a couple days later. I've had iTunes for five or six years and it's always been that way.
     
  11. LibOzZoHam

    LibOzZoHam Earning My Ears

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    If you use your credit card, iTunes will wait and charge it once, when it appears you are done buying songs and whatnot. It takes out the total instead of the amount of each individual song. They wait to send you a receipt which includes all the purchases.
     

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