Why Returning Too Much Merchandise May Get You BlacklistedFree shipping and liberal return policies have made it easy to get a refund for almost anything purchased online... but some stores are tracking what you send back.
This Year, More Returns Expected Before The Gifts Are OpenedThe gifts under the tree haven't been opened yet, but it appears people are already returning their holiday hauls.
What Shoppers Need To Know About The Sears BankruptcyWith Sears closing 142 unprofitable stores near the end of the year, and 46 others by November, what's a shopper to do?
LL Bean Dropping Its Unlimited Returns PolicyL.L. Bean's generous return policy is going to be a little less forgiving: The company is imposing a one-year limit on most returns to reduce abuse and fraud.
35-Second Returns? Walmart Speeds Up Online ReturnsWalmart is making new moves to speed up the return process for online purchases.
Kohl's To Start Accepting Amazon Returns At Some StoresKohl's, which is opening some in-store Amazon shops, will start accepting returns for the online retailer at some of its stores in Los Angeles and Chicago starting next month.
UPS Expects 1.3M Returns In One DayChristmas is the season of giving, and January the month of returns.
Busy Holiday Shopping Season Continues Day After ChristmasChristmas is over, but the return season is just getting started.
Basic Errors That Can Delay Your Tax RefundMillions of people are getting a jump on filing their tax returns now that they have received their W-2s and 1099 forms. And for most, the incentive to get moving is to get that tax refund in their bank account as soon as possible.
Retailers Now Banking On Returns To Help 2012 SalesBad weather nationally is one of the reasons given for a kind of lackluster Christmas shopping season, and now retailers hope for a last-minute holiday spending spree to meet sales expectations.