The Shoutbox
And $30 is more than a few dollars. Thatís equivalent to a 20% restocking fee.
Originally Posted by doubledenim
Originally Posted by Loner
Originally Posted by doubledenim
So for some reason searching for a Ray Liotta Goodfellas gif brought up a lot of Aishwarya Rai.
and that's a bad thing?


Not a chance.
Best gif ever! +1!
It came from Amazon Warehouse, so I only ripped off Amazon. I feel pretty good about it.

Besides, it technically was defective because the advertised feature that I bought it for didnít function the way it was advertised, but thatís not a return option because Amazon is evil.
Originally Posted by John McClane
But like, they wanted to charge me $30 to get a label printed for that Yamaha mixer. So I just changed the option to defective and boom. Then it's free.

I shouldn't have to fib just to return something.
You should have to pay the return shipping if you agreed to that during the purchase and the item was not defective. So you lied and said it was defective, not cool! Not only did you rip the seller for the return shipping, but now they think the item is damaged and so it's a loss. Don't be buying stuff and claiming it's broke just to save yourself a few dollars.
Originally Posted by The Rodent
Nuttin'

Just struck me funny.
But like, they wanted to charge me $30 to get a label printed for that Yamaha mixer. So I just changed the option to defective and boom. Then it's free.

I shouldn't have to fib just to return something.
Thankfully, I found out there's a UPS Store about 15 minutes away from work, but that is still NOT ideal.

I have stopped buying a LOT of stuff on Amazon because they have become so anti-customer of late.

I can't stand them.
But like, we have our own post office here at work. So it's complete bull**** that I get penalized for trying to return something.
Yeah, that's the boat I am in now, Yoda.

I have made too many returns over the past year, so now I only get to print free labels if it is there fault.

If I use the "No longer needed" option then I either have to pay for the label or I gotta drive all the way across town to drop it at The UPS Store with their stupid QR code thing.

Yeah, way to pollute the world even more Amazon. I got two fingers right here for ya.
Yeah, all good here so far.

Amusingly, last year I tried out a ton of really expensive headsets (mostly looking for better mics and more comfort), and I returned like four or five. The first few were free but I guess there's a point at which they start charging you, which is fair (it was like $8 per), but I hadn't had that happen before. Maybe because I never returned so many (similar) things in such a short period of time.
Originally Posted by John McClane
Amazon returns have become the worst experience ever.

I hope their data centers burn down.
What happened? My returns always go fairly smoothly. Not that i have a ton of them, but I had to return a couple of items over the past year or so.