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I paid for some lessons in advance but now it looks like I won't be able to do them all. So I want to tell the teacher to give me my money back (in a polite way).

My ideas are something like either お金を返して下さい or お金を戻して下さい but I don't know if it's correct and polite.

How do I say

Please give me my money back

in a polite way?

  • More than just saying this, you're gonna need to humbly and politely give a reason why you can't take the lessons. – istrasci Jul 1 '16 at 7:14
  • お金を返してください is indeed a request for giving the money back, – Yosh Jul 1 '16 at 12:33
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返金{へんきん}して頂{いただ}けますでしょうか?

Is a very polite way of asking for a refund.

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