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Re: Return after evaluation

Subject: Re: Return after evaluation
From: "Rob Danielson" danielson_rob
Date: Wed Dec 12, 2007 8:24 am ((PST))
Great tip Oryoki! Maybe we can try to track this at the venders you
specify and determine if everyone is able to return gear without a
re-shelving fee or issuing a credit voucher (instead of full
chargecard refund). Rob D

At 3:15 PM +0000 12/12/07, oryoki2000 wrote:
>"Oryoki" wrote
>>  After a week of living with the new Sony PCM-D50, I returned it.
>I'm frequently interested in gear that I can't examine in a local shop
>before the sale. So I purchase online from a merchant that allows a
>return within a limited time period. For example, B&H Photo Video and
>Trew Audio have a 5 day return policy. Cascade Media allows a week.
>Sweetwater and Guitar Center let you evaluate your purchase for about
>2 weeks.
>All companies have restrictions in their return policy. For example,
>no vendor I'm aware of will accept the return of a microphone
>(presumably for health reasons).
>If you're ordering for evaluation, be sure to check with the vendor
>about their current policy. Sometimes the company's web pages are not
>Evaluating products in this way is not free. You have to pay for
>shipping both ways, and sometimes you have to pay a restocking fee.
>In my case, the expense is worthwhile because it gives me hands-on
>experience with gear that I can't see locally.


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