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What does this mean? Please help!

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banned7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
Does anyone know what this means?
Its in my additions direct transaction history for a order I made that didnt appear to show the discount that I had used, it was normal on sat and now its showing this -

Items you don't need to pay for now
(Available To Spend Has Been Reduced By Any Items Marked *)
26/03/09 XX002 Post And Packing 80
26/03/09 UT0901C Ski Jumping Penguins 80
26/03/09 UT7691H Aquadraw Travel Drawing Board 80
Closing Balance 0.00

I had arranged for the items to be returned and complained via e-mail that I had cancelled the order straight after but it had still been shipped out resulting in me paying P&P... so what does this mean?

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banned7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago

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I paid with a debit card not a credit account if that helps at all
RIng them - they are the only ones that can answer this!
Im a bit worried about doing that as I used a £25 off code that wasnt meant for me, got away with 4 other orders so dont really want to alert them to it...
has anyone ever had this on their account before?
It means that you havent been charged for the items yet and they will show on your next statement
I havent got a credit account with them though, I paid with my debit card at the time... and the money for the things has come out of my account

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