Originally Posted by Steve Cebu
I've returned a few things at Amazon and if you just didn't like the item then you'll incur a charge. If there is some other factor then you won't get charged, as you say.
If I get a camcorder and I just don't like it, I could lie or pay a restocking fee. If it had bondi blue skies it would be going back because it isn't performing as expected.
I prefer to make as good a choice as possible the first time. Zero info on the Sony, so that's up in the air.
Sony cameras of any sort I'd never have considered in the past because of their overpriced memory sticks instead of flash.
That's changed, so hopefully....
hmmm...as far as cacmorders are concerned, as long is it comes back fully functioning, no visible scratches, and all of the parts...then there will be no charge. Here is the restocking fee. Anyway, either way, I was really just trying to reduce stress for you
Looks like I failed
Before quoting the restocking fee policy, I do want to point out the following. If Amazon describes a product a certain way, and that description is inaccurate, then it is their fault. Thus, we see that the 900 explicitly statesAdvanced 3MOS System
Advanced 3MOS System The Advanced 3MOS System records beautifully natural images with powerful colors and detailed rendering in both bright and dark scenes....The Advanced 3MOS System, which is comprised of the 3MOS Sensor that captures images without color loss...
THEREFORE, if the bondi-blue issue crops up and truly bothers you, it should be classified as loss of color, defy the very description provided by amazon, and I am VERY confident you can get such issues resolved for a full refund. I always advise calling prior to returning though, as the reps can actually create returns that ensure full refunds. Anyway, I have had my piece, below is the restocking policy and I will finish with it.
Partial refunds/Restocking Fees
* Any opened computer returned within 30 days of delivery: 85% of item's price.
* Any unopened media item or non-media item in original condition that is returned more than 30 days after delivery: 80% of item's price.
* Any book that has obvious signs of use: 50% of item's price.
* Any CD, DVD, VHS tape, software, video game, cassette tape, or vinyl record that has been opened (taken out of its plastic wrap): 50% of item's price.
* Any item that is not in its original condition, is damaged, or is missing parts for reasons not due to our error: up to 50% of item's price
If you return an item using the return label provided in the Online Returns Center and the reason for return is not a result of our error, the cost of return shipping will be deducted from your refund. Below is an example of the options you'll see in the Returns Center. If you choose the U.S. Postal Service option, the amount that will be deducted from your refund is displayed. If you choose the Self Return option, you'll pay the cost charged by the carrier selected.