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Subject: Re: anyone ever return a DVD Recorder to Walmart?
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 03 Dec 2003 13:24:04 EST
Organization: SBC http://yahoo.sbc.com
Date: Wed, 03 Dec 2003 18:24:04 GMT
Glad you had such a positive experience. I'm fortunate my purchase is
working out great but some others don't realize one of the reasons
walmart is so successful is because they take back "anything". They to
try to please. This enabled me to give them the profit they deserve. It
must be less than the other stores because the next cheapest local store
wanted over $140 more! I have supported other online retailers solely
because of their generous returns or lack of restock fees. Thankfully my
1/2 dozen or so purchases have never necessitated a return, but I like
all my options open instead of trying to unload stuff on ebay.
Thanks for posting your positive experience. I just had 2 more the past
week at best buy and office max. They HAD the sale stuff in stock. Amazing.
Chris the Liberal wrote:
> I don't really like WalMart but.....
> I bought a TV with a built-in VCR. Perhaps 6 weeks later I wanted
> to see 2 programs at the same time, and was surprised to find the TV
> would not display ONE problem and TAPE the other. Can watch only
> channel you are taping.
> Next time I was at WalMart, I decided to complain to the person in
> of that department. He said bring it back and we'll sell you a
> TV and separate recorder at about the same price.
> I said I was not sure I even still had the receipt; he said,
> matter, bring it back anyway if you like.
> [I didn't, because I have 3 TVs in the house and can tape on one,
> watch on another, but was surprised at their willingness to accept the
> return after 6 weeks, w no receipt.]