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Subject: Re: anyone ever return a DVD Recorder to Walmart?
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2003 11:44:44 EST
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Date: Wed, 12 Nov 2003 16:44:44 GMT
nope, here's the original post:
"I looked at their web site and found no such exclusions but I was
wondering about real life experiences or hassles anyone may have gotten
trying to returnd a recorder.
I'm willing to pay more at walmart than an online retailer solely for
the possibility of me not liking the thing and wanting to return it.
Most online places exclude such returns or charge 10% so even with tax I
pay in person, I'm going to come out ahead with piece of mind."
I don't see that I asked what the policy was, I just asked if anyone had
any real life experiences. You don't seem to get that. Real life
experience with returning a specific piece of equipment is what I wanted.
Regarding your 2nd comment you said "Nothing's wrong with changing your
mind, but why should I pay for it
(in the form of higher prices)?" So I agree with you, you need not
pay for my returns in the form of higher prices. We both agree here,
can't you see that? Just don't shop at places where they have great
As far as the posting not the way you want, the reason is I just want
you to be able to read what I have to say without having to go through
all the other stuff first. It's less effort expended on the reader's
part and I'm trying to save mouse wear for people. Every little bit helps!
Stan Brown wrote:
> In article in
> misc.consumers, lucky wrote:
>>You can't be serious. The question AND title of the thread was "anyone
>>ever return a DVD recorder to Walmart?"
> The question was, what is the policy.
>>(remember, you refused to shop there and pay for my return privledges?)
> Oh, I see. You just make this up as you go along.
> And you also post upside down, another indicator of bogosity.