Some Restocking Fees Deserve a Fight

June 6, 2011  |  

(Smart Money) — They are beloved by most electronic stores: you buy a wireless device or TV, you return it in the box within the warranty period and you still get hit with a restocking fee. The reason? The store must return the product to the manufacturer – which costs money – so a restocking fee acts to deter customers from returning a product for reasons other than it being defective.  But it can be worth challenging these fees, even if the product isn’t broken.

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