Return policies are a bit tighter this year

  • Article by: John Ewoldt , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 27, 2013 - 8:55 PM

Plenty of retailers still offer a generous return policy, but Best Buy, Sears and Toys ‘R’ Us made theirs more stringent.

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ghutchDec. 27, 13 9:47 PM

It's ok retailers, the consumers are simply sources of revenue and can be manipulated as you wish. The very idea that an ordinary consumer might establish an actual relationship with a retailer is absurd...or is it? Arn't retailers the same group tying to use social media to get consumers to endorse products and amplify buzz over new introductions? Hmmm, I'm confused now. Which way did you want to have things? Are we consumers or are we friends? Sheesh, modern life sure is hard to understand.

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iggygophDec. 28, 13 6:44 AM

Maybe if you shopped locally with small, independent merchants you would have that friendly relationship that you're looking for. Don't ever expect a big box retailer to be your friend - you are simply a source of revenue. They will use any and all methods to separate you from your cash.

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