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How to find the date a webpage was changed?

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Hi am new here so I am not sure if the is the right thread to post this question.

I did business with an online company a couple of months ago and believed that they violated our contract. Only after I accused them of such, they changed they added a new policies page. I am trying to get my money back through my credit card company. Is there way to prove that this was added after the fact or find out what date these changes were made?

I have tried several cache sites, but the area they changed is a tab that comes up after you log in as a member of the website.

Any help anyone can give would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks :)
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A series of cache pages would be the best bet. Did you go through the Way Back Machine? Very rare for someone to keep cached web pages for a long time without updating them, but you might check your browser's history for that possibility.
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