Amazon Return Policy

Everything You Need To Know and How to Automatically Extend Your Return Window

Bought something from Amazon lately that just wasn’t the right fit, the best choice, or it was damaged in the mail? The world’s largest online retailer offers a generous return policy so that you get what you want:

“Items shipped from, including Warehouse Deals, can be returned within 30 days of receipt of shipment in most cases. Some products have different policies or requirements associated with them.”

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Target Return Policy

Everything You Need To Know and How to Automatically Extend Your Return Window

If you’ve purchased an item at Target, you probably know that you can bring most items back within a certain time. However, do you know what that time period is, or what qualifies and what doesn’t?

One secret for those who regularly shop at Target is that your credit card’s return protection can extend the period of the Target return policy so you have more time. To make this process nearly automatic, using an indispensable app, Sift, can keep track of these extensions for you automatically.

Let’s take a look at what Target’s return policy actually is, how your credit purchases extend your return window, and Sift’s ability to make your life easier.

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Macy’s Returns Policy

What should you know about Macy’s Returns Policy?

Have you ever shopped at a store and walked out feeling happy with what you bought, only to come home and realize that the dress you bought isn’t a great fit for you or your family doesn’t like the color of the bedspreads? Does the thought of taking it back make you anxious? Well, you don’t have to worry, not when you buy from a retailer that has a flexible return policy or when the credit card you used to make the purchase has you covered.

Macy’s is one of the big retailers who offer a wide range of products such as jewelry, branded clothes, cosmetics, and kitchen accessories and they accept many merchandises when you’re not happy under their return window.Read More »