Originally Posted by bferr1
And I suppose you never returned anything that you weren't 100% satisfied with. :rolleyes:
Only once that I can think of. I had read the reviews on the item and most people were happy with it. I wasn't so I returned it to best buy and paid a restocking fee.
It seems a lot of people here from what I have read have bought with the specific intentions on trying and returning the item (not all of you, but some people on this board have specifically said that). Also some of you are very impatient and instead of waiting to hear what people have to say you run out and buy it. Now you don't like it and want your money back.
Also like I said before, why should best buy have to take a loss on something someone bought and returned because for whatever reason they didn't want a perfectly good working item? If they have to sell it as an open box item they can't sell it for full price anymore. That money has to come from somewhere.
Who is this restocking fee actually hurting? The people that are "Renting" the unit, and the people that bought it without waiting to hear reviews from others, and are returning it.
If it looks like crap in the store and you take it home hoping it will look better and it doesn't, who's fault is that?