I bought a product from an online vendor located in Victoria. After a period of time had elapsed and I had not received anything, I contacted them and was told that the order had been refunded ten days after it was placed due to “incorrect pricing”. I was not informed that the order had been cancelled or refunded until this communication, and no explanation was given for the ten day delay. I have looked at the Australian Consumer Law and I understand that businesses have an option to cancel orders at the time of sale if they have been incorrectly priced, but it seems to me that since I was never told by the vendor that they wished to cancel the order, they ought now to fulfill it. The second problem is that I am not in Australia, so I paid in a foreign currency that was converted by my credit card to Australian dollars. Having examined my credit card statement, I see that when the refund was silently made ten days after the order, the exchange rate was less favorable, so I have lost money due to the currency fluctuation. What does the law require of the vendor in this situation? Are they obliged to fulfill the order? Can I at least expect the vendor to refund the money I have lost because of their timing of the refund? Thank you for your help.