Return to Sender
Sometimes it doesn't work out. You go shopping, or perhaps order something online. It arrives and then ... meh. It doesn't thrill you, at least not enough to justify the price. So you take it back. Next time, though, the store might tell you not to bother. CNN reports that big-name retailers are considering refunds without returns, because it's so expensive to deal with the merchandise customers decide they don't want. Here's a look at how some of your favorite retailers handle returned items.