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also I do agree with the redusing of the amount of no receipt returns (those that cannot be looked up from credit/debit card, check, or gift card) down to $20. too often many people take advantage of liberal return policies and it does end up costing not just the stores but the consumers as well. I cannot begin to tell you the number of times I have people returning multiple sizes of items or colors simply because they didn’t want to try them on in the store or have the person who the items are for come to the store and that does cost ths store money from the standpoint of having to restock the item and the consumer in the fact that what if that item was something another person wanted but couldn’t get because it was sold out?

Ross does however they give the current price so you can loose a lot, theft is huge there so it’s a concern, target used to have a limit of no receipt returns but usually you can call corp and they will waive it, same with Ross. I have heard that Macy’s lets you return almost anything even used FYI, but I think they require receipt.

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  • taylorlightfoot says:

    @crazyflanger:

    You can’t return your game system to Target without a receipt since it exceeds the 20 dollar limit for no receipt returns.

  • and email, are required to process your mailed in return

    I wonder if this is something they are rolling out by state or district? I was able to do a receipt look-up and a no receipt return yesterday with no problems.

    Ross does however they give the current price so you can loose a lot, theft is huge there so it’s a concern, target used to have a limit of no receipt returns but usually you can call corp and they will waive it, same with Ross. I have heard that Macy’s lets you return almost anything even used FYI, but I think they require receipt.