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shipping refund: Item Not As Described

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adjusterjack

Senior Member
Yes. But it would be the rare contract I would think that says “even if we send you something you don’t want and didn’t order, you still must pay to send it back to us.”
Not rare at all. I order frequently on the internet. Amazon and eBay offer free returns on many items. Other vendors make it clear in their terms that return shipping is paid by the buyer.
 

quincy

Senior Member
Not rare at all. I order frequently on the internet. Amazon and eBay offer free returns on many items. Other vendors make it clear in their terms that return shipping is paid by the buyer.
That can apply to items that were actually ordered or in the condition as ordered. A vender cannot send you just anything and then expect you to pay for its return.
 

Zigner

Senior Member, Non-Attorney
That can apply to items that were actually ordered or in the condition as ordered. A vender cannot send you just anything and then expect you to pay for its return.
Actually, a vendor CAN specify that in the contract.
In any case, it's very likely that the OP would spend more trying to get the shipping costs back than what the shipping costs were.
 

quincy

Senior Member
Actually, a vendor CAN specify that in the contract.
In any case, it's very likely that the OP would spend more trying to get the shipping costs back than what the shipping costs were.
A buyer would be awfully stupid to agree to that.
 

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