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after 30 days - is it possible to do a partial refund for my account?

  1. On December 29, I registered a wordpress.com blog and purchased the $99 value bundle. I purchased it with the intention of customizing my blog to look like a website and to direct my existing domain name to that blog - at the time I did not realize the different between a wordpress.com and a wordpress.org blog. Since I have created a wordpress.org blog, I have no use for the wordpress.com blog or the bundle that I purchased. I have since deleted the blog, and just have a username/account now.

    I know that this is my fault, and there should have been more research on my part. I went into this as a complete newbie. I noticed that I had 30 days to cancel my bundle and get a refund to my account (my website took longer than that to get all straightened out), and I know it's past that time frame. I am in no way expecting to receive a full refund, because it was my error, but is is possible for wordpress to issue a partial refund since I haven't even had it for 2 months and have no use for it? If so, how would I go about doing this?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

  2. You'll have to contact staff directly via the Help button on your WP.com dashboard for this. Volunteers in the forums cannot assist.

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