Sure, why wouldn’t they? It’s free data collection which I don’t doubt can help them improve their services. The question is whether you have to answer. Can you leave it blank? Or choose something like “other”?I have refunded games via gog. To refund, they will ask you why.
Well, in my country online sellers (as opposed to local retailers, say) are compelled by law to offer at a minimum a two-week return period for ANY reason. Feel like the product’s chakra doesn’t fit your home? Your daily astrology chart advises against using the product? Doesn’t matter. No matter how ridiculous the reason (including not providing one at all), you are guaranteed the right to return the product within the first 14 days after purchase.I dont know about you, but most consumer protection laws only entitle you to refunds if things are defective or falsly advertised etc.
Once more: I do not care to debate whether or not this would be endorsed and cheered on by GOG or if you think GOG is morally (rather than legally) obliged to allow this, I care about whether or not this is technically feasible in the way I outlined. I hope this is the last time I have to repeat this.