5 stores with great return policies
If a purchase turns out to be a mistake or disappointment, some retailers make it a lot easier to make an exchange or get a refund.
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Well, Dana Dratch, I think you have a consensus regarding your inclusion of Target on this list. Seemingly, the majority of people who have read your article believe that Target has some of the absolute worst retailer return policies!! Maybe you could do some true research before writing your next article or stop writing articles based on the money the corporation is paying MSN. Maybe we'll get lucky and Target execs will read through some of our responses to your fluff article, take them to heart and make some changes to their lousy customer service policies!
I tried to return something that my mother had purchased at Target in Sunrise FL at Sawgrass Mills Mall without a receipt. This store has an annual limit of $70 for returns without a receipt. The item took me over the limit. I DID NOT WANT CASH. I WANTED A STORE CREDIT, WHICH I WAS GOING TO IMMEDIATELY USE THAT DAY. The item was visibly never opened and never used. The employee could not or would not tell me how much I had returned to this point. The employee could not or would not tell me when any of the existing returns would expire. I dont' know if all Targets have a limit, but this one does. I asked to speak to a manager and no manager was available in the store. This was the week before Christmas 2012. I walked out of the store with the item and have never been back. So I don't shop in Target anymore. And the item that my mother bought was donated to the Goodwill. TARGET SHOULD NOT BE ON THE LIST.
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