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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If a company won’t stand by the products they sell, then i do not shop there. I buy all electronics from Costco for this reason and this is the reason why Circuit City and now Best buy will go out of business.
The only problem with this list is Costco should be number 1 and Target 2. I hgave returned all kinds of stuff to both and never once had a problem. In fact they both have gone out of their way to make it as easy as possible. The reason you need a receipt is becase there are wonderful people out there that like to steal and cheat who return stuff and try to get full price back. Why should the companies have to eat that cost or pass it on to the good customers. Here is an idea... Keep your receipts in a safe place or request gift receipts when you get gifts. Not that tough..
I won't shop at Target, they are the worst. They shouldn't be on this list the person that took this survey must have got paid by Target to put there name on.
Target?!?!?! HA! My wife and I had a clock on our wedding registry. We received 3 of them from the same store. We went back with the receipts and they refused to let us exchange them. So we were stuck with the same 3 clcocks because they don't update their wedding registry and won't exchange it. They lost us as customers and we frequently went there.
Doyou research before writing these articles. MSN just lost a lot of respectability to me
If I was returning them because I ordered the wrong size or color I could understand that but this was obviously their error
I'll not shop there again.
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