Refunds and returns are now available in Fourteen days. The game has many available in-game purchases, and it’s pretty easy to spend V-Bucks without a second thought. In December 2022 the This was announced by the FTC The Fourteen days would have to pay $245 million to settle allegations regarding the game’s microtransaction structure, so the game has since implemented a return system. This guide explains exactly how to get a refund and return unwanted items.
How to get a Fortnite refund through the FTC
The FTC plans to provide refunds to customers who claim unauthorized credit card purchases from the Epic Games Store between January 2017 and November 2018. If you were charged V-Bucks for unwanted items between January 2017 and September 2022, you may also be eligible. Finally, if you lost access to your account and were banned in the same period, you are entitled to a refund.
If you meet any of the above qualifications, the FTC recommends enrolling Email updates here so you can keep up to date with the ongoing process.
Related: How to enable 2FA and protect your account
How to return items within Fortnite
If you wish to return items purchased within the last 30 days Fourteen days, You’re lucky. You can do this in-game with Return Tickets by going to your settings menu and following these steps:
- In the settings menu on the right, go to the Account & privacy tab
- From the Account menu, select Recent Purchases
- In the Return or Cancel a Purchase menu below, you can see the eligible items and how many return tickets you have available
- Select the item you would like to return
- Confirm with the Use return ticket button
Well, that’s it for our guide to refunding your account Fourteen days. If you found this guide helpful, be sure to check out ours Fourteen days guide hub here.