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Have you ever wondered what happens to the items that are returned to these big retailers? Once in awhile I see some returns on the clearance isle at a Texas Walmart but that is just a fraction of what they have returned on a yearly basis. I was told by someone at a Dollar General  that a lot of these retailers sale their returns  to places like Dollar General and Family Dollar and then they repackage it to sale but I’m not sure if that’s true or not.

I do know that not everything that is returned to these retailers is damaged or broken.  There are several reasons why these items are returned and these retailers have policies that allow you to return an item for any reason as long as you meet their guidelines.

 According to Global News Wire  The new “2019 Consumer Returns in the Retail Industry” report states that the overall value of returned merchandise in the United States during 2019 was $309 billion, and returns from online purchases accounted for $41 billion of that total. This cost does not include the overhead a retailer incurs when receiving, sorting, and repackaging usable goods for resale, nor does it account for the disposal of unsaleable merchandise. In addition, an estimated $27 billion of that sum were fraudulent returns, up 35% over 2018. 

Those figures are astonishing. 

 

If you’re like me you are probably asking, “why don’t they just take it and resell it to the customers to give the customers a great discount?” There’s several reasons  why it’s company policy to not do that.  Some of these companies  might look a  little greedy for not doing this  but they can sell it to these other places and they don’t have to take a chance of you returning it again.  After they resell these items they can be written off of their inventory and  make room for new items. Also I’m sure that safety issues are part of the reason that they get rid of these items  since  some of these returned items may not be in the best shape.

  After all of these years  we have finally gotten our way.

Amazon is doing things  in the way that me and you have always thought they should be done!

 Amazon has now opened up a store called Amazon Renewed where  they sale gently used and returned items from all categories of their huge online retail store.
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Products on Amazon Renewed have been inspected and tested by qualified suppliers to work and look like new, and come with the Amazon Renewed Guarantee. Get great deals on smartphones, computers, laptops, tablets, home and kitchen appliances, game consoles, office products, and more. Just like Amazon has changed the way we all shop they have come up with another game changer that will lead other retailers in to trying to keep up.

See for yourself below how great this is for consumers! Hurry back for some great shopping coupons that take even more money off of these low prices!

 

 

 

Amazon Renewed: Shop Refurbished, Pre-Owned and Open-Box Products

Products on Amazon Renewed have been inspected and tested by qualified suppliers to work and look like new, and come with a minimum 90-day supplier-backed warranty. Shop for smartphones, computers, laptops, tablets, home and kitchen appliances, game consoles, office products, and more.


But wait! There’s More!

Amazon has now provided coupons for even more savings that are just for use at the Amazon Renewed Store.  This is way over due and  it is about time that a retailer did this! I’m sure the rest of the big retailers will follow suit real soon!


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