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Old 01-19-2013, 03:58 PM   #24
weims
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I guess I don't get this thought that we should suck up and not return things that aren't right. I try to buy locally if at all possible - either at my LSS, or at M's, HL or JA.
I also try to purchase other things I need locally - clothing, horse items, etc. I realize I'm lucky to live where there are a lot of options. I did recently purchase a gift for my daughter from a store in another state, which didn't fit. I sent it back. Yes, I spent $6 to return it, but it was enough of a bargain even with the extra $6 to make it worth it.

I do, however, ALWAYS know the return policies of the stores I do business with. There is a clothing store here that has cute things, but will only take returns for store credit. I don't shop there very often. When a store gets something in that is defective, they can send things back to the manufacturer. Manufacturers want to know if their products aren't good so they can fix that.
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