I agree Target shouldn't need to give you a refund without a receipt.
Sell it on ebay, or as someone else said, put it under the giving tree. There are children that don't have any presents at xmas....
I had the same issue with target. I was getting DD2 a innotab I bought 2 games and target was getting in the actual innotab for me. turns out they couldn't get it in and somehow I lost the receipt ( I thought I put it away) they wouldn't let me return the games even though they couldn't get me the bloody console I was ropable. I still have those stupid games sitting in my cupboard.
I worked for target for 9years ago about 25 -15 years ago, and the policy isn't too different.
I hold onto all receipts for all stores. If the item isn't branded as a stock item at a store, I'll hold on to regift or whatever.
Photocopied receipts were never allowed for the reason they can be used fraudulently as suggested earlier.
After working many years layby pre Xmas then refunds post Xmas, you see and hear a lot of things and you certainly cant tell who is prepared to be fraudulent by looking at them
Last edited by Mod-pegasus; 17-12-2013 at 01:02.
She should have received refund. Not credit.
When I worked for Target many moons ago their exchange policy was extremely generous and routinely abused. People would even return clearly used underwear and expect a refund or exchange, and it would be given (the items were not resold). All in the name of keeping customers happy at any cost. I'm not surprised they've tightened their policies as dishonesty was rife and it ends up costing everyone.
In the July toy sales I bought 2x leap frog my first laptop. They cost $20 each in sale. I saw them in toys r us the other day for $49 each. By the OPs logic I should be able to return them for $100 credit when I paid $40 in the first place?
These policies exist for a reason
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