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Amazon Cloud account just discovered


iscanut2
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I have just discovered that for every music CD that I have purchased from Amazon since 1999, they have put these on my account as free downloads. Whilst I have copied some of these CD to my I Pod over the years, I had forgotten some of the earlier ones. I now have nearly 50 free music download albums. I am not aware that this has been publicized much so am posting this for info only in case others may wish to have a look at their account. Go into My Account and select Cloud

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wiz-king

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This is a new service just started this week i think it is called Autorip

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BT

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They also store all the Kindle books on your Cloud account

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spuds

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Perhaps changing the subject from Cloud account, but to Amazon or Amazon MarketPlace. Then you will find that Amazon keep a record of all sales, and they have done for ages.

For an example, purchase a CD or DVD then make another purchase of the same title at a later time, and Amazon will automatically notify you of the previous purchase.

Personally I think it is a good idea. Save confusion, if you make many purchases over time.

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