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March 18, 2019
The growing popularity of online shopping is changing the retail business and affecting everything from shopping malls to the shipping industry. It also means items are returned in greater numbers than ever before.
Free shipping and liberal return policies have made it easy to get a refund for almost anything. Eleven percent of all purchases are returned; some online stores see 30 percent of their sales returned. It's created a massive secondary market, and it has some stores tracking what you bring back.
December 24, 2018
You might typically associate the days after Christmas as a time when people start returning things in mass quantities. But remember all those Black Friday...
May 17, 2018
Graduation season is a becoming a big retail market for consumers – from gifts to gadgets needed for their next stage in life, there certainly will be a lot of money spent...
January 16, 2017
The post-holiday shopping frenzy is over and now it’s time to figure out what to do with the gifts people don’t want or can’t exchange. So what happens to the drill your...
January 16, 2016
It’s the place where unwanted Christmas gifts go to start a new life on the resale market. The Feisty Ferret Home cage that didn’t work out as planned; the Star Wars mask...
July 1, 2016
That phone case you returned to Best Buy has ended up here: In Ed Lawrence’s garage, where he is going through boxes of castaway...
June 30, 2016
Ever buy something and decide to return it? Maybe there was a small tear or the color wasn’t right. Most people don’t think twice about...
January 8, 2016
Ever been curious about where the snow globe you received for Christmas and returned actually ended up? It's a lot closer than you...
March 3, 2020
Ever wonder what happens to all the stuff you return to Amazon? What if you could buy the items other people have returned–thousands of dollars worth of clothing, electronics, toys, anything–for just pennies on the dollar? You can. But is it really a deal?
We went inside the giant warehouse where these products end up. From there, they can be purchased for sometimes a 90% discount. We bought a couple of those crates of items to see what kind of deals you can find and if the products are still worth the discount. The results were varied. And buyer, beware: You might get damaged goods, and you'll likely have to pay for shipping costs.
January 27, 2015
If you can't wait and you want retail therapy right now, we have a bargain alert you're going to love.
Huge warehouse, holding thousands of items that were returned to stores after Christmas, now going on sale at a huge discount. Here's how to grab the bargains.
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