CHICAGO (CBS)– Good news if you’re one of the millions of Americans downloading books on your E-Readers. Today, customers will be getting some cash back.

It’s part of a September settlement with three major book publishers.

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The lawsuit claims those companies colluded to raise the price of downloadable books.

The publishers are setting aside $69,000,000 for refunds.

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Customers could get between 30 cents to $1.32 per book.

The refunds are for purchases made between April 2012 and May 2012.

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