Old Aug 3, 20, 2:51 pm
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The Greek law did not prohibit the payment of refunds, it simply suspended the duty to pay them. EC 261/2004, under which A3 operates requires the payment of refunds and thus anyone who is due a refund can get one.

I would advise initiating a chargeback with one's credit card issuer (bank), doing it in writing, and if one was issued a voucher, advising that one was denied a refund and that A3 is free to revoke the voucher if it wishes. Be certain to supply a copy of EC 261/2004 Section 8 (not the whole Regulation), the EC determination, a copy of your e-ticket receipt, notice of cancellation, and request for cancellation.
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