Barnes & Noble: That Ebook is Only Yours Until Your Credit Card Expires

Kenneth Rosen
November 28, 2012
Barnes & Noble: That Ebook is Only Yours Until Your Credit Card Expires
Barnes and Noble Nook HD

If you think buying an ebook for your Nook is a one-time purchase, think again.

A reader at The Consumerist said that when he tried to download an ebook he'd purchased months before through Barnes & Noble he was denied -- his credit card had since expired.

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It seems that if you purchase an ebook through Barnes & Noble and let the credit card you used to buy it expire you lose the rights to that downloaded material.

Watch the video above for more information and let us know in the comments if you've noticed similar instances with your ereader.

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This story originally published on Mashable here.