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So I bought a 360 from Walmart (boo! hiss! I know) and it turned out that the AV ports weren't connected to the plastic, so they were flopping around inside tethered by a few wires. I went back to the store, exchanged it, and found that the second one had obviously been opened before and that the dvd tray wouldnt open on command.
Since these were the only two 360s in stock, I asked for a refund. The lady offered to fully refund the debit card that I had used to make the purchase, so I opted for it.
However, when I look at my statement online, I am still down 387.78, and there is no indication that they are crediting my account.
Is this normal, for funds to immediately be withdrawn after a purchase, but have a long delay after being refunded? This happened almost 24 hours ago, and I am wondering if I ought to go back in there, receipt in hand and demand my funbucks.