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Return policies not all bad

December 28th, 2008 at 05:33 pm

Today I gathered up all the items from Christmas that did not fit or were unwanted and took them back to Wal-mart. The store was able to put $107.00 on a store gift card which was fine with me as Wal-mart is where we buy our groceries and gasoline so the card will get used. It was funny though to see people in line getting angry about items they wanted to return that either were not purchased from Wal-mart, had been used and I mean used quite a bit or just not returnable in general. I guess people think that after the holiday Wal-mart will take back anything and is not always the case. Anyway glad I had receipts or at least the price sticker still on the item so it was not a hassle for me.

2 Responses to “Return policies not all bad”

  1. swimgirl Says:

    I'm avoiding the returns, but I will probably get to it tomorrow. I have some items with receipts, some not. But like you, I'm happy to have a gift card wherever the items are from. A gift card is about a million times better than a useless item!

  2. Amber Says:

    It's strange becaue I do not thing it matters if it was a holiday or not. When I worked at Winn Dixie a woman came in with flowers that were dried and dead (you can tell for at least a month) but she wanted fresh flowers and guess what she got them. Once I had some one to return a gallon of milk (well it had less than a glass full in it) stating that the milk was sour, of course I asked was it after you drank most of it or before. Sorry I couldn't help myslef. We use to have a woman come in with a ton of coupons and never a receipts for items she bought, finally the manager said no more

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