Monday, November 26, 2012

Beware returns!, Says the latest controversy of low cost

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A getting stuck to the floor and not breathing with some news. Nails and other bizarre and impossible because you are so close that I think this could happen to me! One of the graces of the mega low cost firms are their return policies. I've always preferred the luxury multibrand store or less luxury corner buy clothes is not like going to the market but rather an intimate and personal experience.

And I've found another reason why I prefer my favorite little boutiques, but can not return it purchased, of Me.

Now wonder who of us has never returned an item in a mega clothing chain? Because you feel worse in the mirror of his house, he has seen his neighbor looks tacky or celebrity that you drop the fat. Do all right? And who check that checks entered exactly the price of the bought? Also imagine that all but perhaps not all if we talk of cents.

In the United States allegedly a client has seen how the store Forever 21 had returned a penny less in his last garment returned. Avispada lawyer and she apparently went to investigate and came up with many other cases of people who had returned a penny less on their returns.

She is Carolyn Kellman and is trying to lead a lawsuit against the chain of fashion stores Forever 21 to stay with a small portion of the refund of the amount of items when their customers return. Counsel maintains that it is not a casual situation but a fraud orchestrated by Forever 21 in all stores nationwide since 2007, which has resulted in tens of thousands of dollars of illegal profits.

All that is to see and investigate and here we are neither judges nor part but what is clear is: watch the pennies in our purchases and returns!

Via | Business Insider
Photo | Vaguely Artistic



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