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Unless an item is faulty, you may not be able to return it. Every seller has a different policy for returns – and you should always check before you buy.Those stores that do allow for returns may set a specific deadline for returns. You should always be aware of this before you make a purchase, as it may affect your future right to return an item. Any item you’re returning should be in its original condition, complete with tags and packaging. You will almost always need to provide a proof of purchase or receipt. This is a requirement for most stores. Most stores won’t let you return things like pierced earrings or swimsuits for reasons of hygiene. The same may go for things like software and DVDs/Blu-ray. Some stores may offer a voucher or credit in exchange
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