Return Policy Ratings: Top 3 Best & Worst Retailers for Returns

Sears tops the list of stores with the worst return policies

   

Return Policy Ratings: Top 3 Best & Worst Retailers for Returns

With Christmas just a couple of days away it’s a good idea to know which stores have the best and worst return policy ratings. GOBankingRates.com took it upon itself to determine which stores have the best and worst return policies.

Sears Return Policy Ratings: Top 3 Best & Worst Retailers for ReturnsHere are the stores with the worst return policies.

  1. Sears (SHLD) – The store uses a return policy that requires the original packaging or packaging receipt. The policy also only last for a maximum of 90 days.
  2. Best Buy (BBY) – Best Buy bases its return times off of customer spending. A customer must spend at least $1,500 a year to be able to return a product 30 days after purchase.
  3. American Apparel - Customers can’t return items to American Apparel stores and must instead send them through mail.

Here are the stores with the best return policies.

  1. Costco Wholesale (COST) - Costco doesn’t have a time limit on its return policy and returns are given in the form of cash or check.
  2. Nordstrom (JWN) – Nordstrom doesn’t have a formal return policy, but instead handles returns on a case to case basis. The retailer also has no time limit on returns.
  3. Zappos - Zappos allows customers to return products up to one year after they have been purchased. Also, there are no shipping fees when returning merchandise.

To see more about the stores with the best and worst return policies, click here.


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