Besides getting the story out, I am wondering the legality of what I did and what Ubisoft is doing. Would any of you happen to know? I'm American. Some in other forums said I did something illegal by purposely taking advantage of a website error. How was I supposed to know it was an error and not some huge super sale that lasted for 30 min or so anyways? I bought Assassins Creed 1&2 bundle from Ubisoft website for $1. So did a lot of other people. It was only up for so long. All we get for buying the $1 Assassin's Creed bundle is a download for a text file lol. The text file says quote This is your game download. There where also some other things for $1 like the newest Splinter Cell, but that one actually worked. I was too late to buy that one though, as the price had already went back to normal. All the prices are back to normal now in fact. At first I was like omg did I go to a scam website, but then I realized many people on many different websites were experiencing the same thing. I am eager to find out what the heck is going on lol. I want to know if I get my games or not. If I don't get the games, I want my $1 back. Yes, I seriously do. I don't want to give Ubisoft a penny more than I have to. Also, they should be required by law to either refund my $1 or give me my purchase I would assume. The deal was an advertised deal and I payed for what was advertised. If they don't give me what I payed for, wouldn't that be fraud? Also, imagine how many people tried to buy the $1 Assassin's Creed bundle. If they didn't have to refund the money they just made some easy money. Here is Kotaku reporting on the $1 Splinter Cell. http://kotaku.com/5615475/id-buy-that-for-a-dollar The .Txt file did kind of make me lol though. Made me feel like I got trolled by a company. Especially considering the words in the .Txt file. It says This is your game download.