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Discussion in 'Tech Talk - Gadgets, Gizmos and Technology' started by coolman302003, Dec 19, 2010.
So no more 15% if you try to return a digital camera, laptop, or other items that are sometimes returned in 14 days, because the person really wanted to "rent" the item?
This should make for an interesting mix of open box items post superbowl.
They had to compete with all the other big box rental companies. :lol:
I don't think they had a restocking fee on TVs even when this policy was in effect.
Wow, and with the 10% coupon in the post office mover's packet I got a DVD burner for only $4 more than it would have cost to order it online. I will never like them for the way I was treated in the past, but our relationship is slowly improving. They must want to be friends with customers again.
Actually, they are losing marketshare in a big way to online retailers, WalMart, and Costco, all of which have much better return policies.
Long overdue, since in most cases, its about a legit return.