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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I don't even see the list> But everyone is right Target should not be here, They are bad.
The best place with the best return policy is Khols. They are the best that I have seen...
Who ever wrote this article needs to go to Target and return an item
without a receipt and see what happens. Target is the worst just ahead
of Sears. Dana Dratch needs to do some research before she writes
a ridiculous article like this. I refuse to shop at Target for this reason.
Target has a horrible return policy! They have a $100 limit without a receipt even on their own products. I had a baby shower and people bought things from Target and if they didn't include a gift receipt and I needed to return duplicates I was out of luck! This was pretty easy given a bumper set was $50 and their line of clothes anywhere between $5-25!
I agree target is very shady when it comes to returns. They'll give you a return for the price but the lowest price that item was EVER sold for during the year.
Wal-Mart should definitely be on the list, hell they take something as a return that you bought from Kmart
Walmart certainly should be on the list.....I have returned a number of things over a long period, including electronics, and never once was there ever a problem or question.
Although I always mention if it is faulty or a mistake, without being asked. Fast and easy !!
I have avoided BEST BUY after a friend found herself beib charged a "restock" fee for a returned item.
I too have had great succcess with AMAZON returns,..and also with replacement of items they had a delivery statement from UPS, but the item was never received (onlt twice in many years).
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