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Registered: ‎04-30-2014

Over the past 2 years I have placed about 15-20 orders with 1 return. I now have 3 items I would like to return, one is defective. Will that # be considered too many returns?

I have not used any of the items I want to return. 

Thanks.

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@BlubirdI doubt very much it will be considered too many.  People who get into trouble are serial returners with well over 50% returned in 1 year.  

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I'd be concerned if I returned a higher percent than I kept.  I don't think you have anything to worry about.

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Registered: ‎06-15-2014

 No

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You will be fine, return them.  The people who get "the letter" are the ones who buy tons of stuff and return 60% of everthing they buy.  

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Registered: ‎04-30-2014

Thank you all for your comments. I will pack them up today. 

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@puttypiesmom wrote:

@BlubirdI doubt very much it will be considered too many.  People who get into trouble are serial returners with well over 50% returned in 1 year.  


That would be me, I return more than I keep and I have never had QVC tell me I returned too much product. I will not keep a product that doesn't fit, I don't like, is defective or isn't the quality QVC promised.

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Registered: ‎12-28-2012

Amen! 

 

"if for any reason".....so the saying goes!

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I think you will be just fine.  There are those who will return more than they keep.  

 

I watch the Costco return lines.  Long lines to return items just because THEY CAN.  

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It doesn't sound like you're a serial returner. 

 

Some people just buy and return as a hobby and they make it difficult for the people who truly need to return something.