REI is changing its return policy after some people abused it
Some people just couldn't help themselves. REI, the outdoor adventure and sports equipment
store, is reportedly changing its return policy after a lot of people abused
to the Wall Street Journal.
REI's no-questions-asked return policy was so generous that
it led to a joke about the company's name standing for "Return Everything Inc."
In fact, some people even bragged online about how they were blatantly
ripping-off the company.
REI is still allowing returns. The new policy will
reportedly require merchandise to be brought back within one year of purchase.
That's not yet mentioned on the store's website. However,
it says purchases from REI Outlet must be brought back within 30 days if a
customer wishes to return them.
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