IF it's their policy that they don't need a receipt for a return, then they actually don't have any reason to say no. And like I said in a previous post, in the past I told Toys R Us that I didn't buy them and I didn't know where they were purchased and they didn't care because their policy was to take it back at the lowest price in the last 30 days as long as they carry the item. So, no it's not fraud because I'm not telling anyone anything untruthful and I'm taking the time to ask the store what their policy is.brunes wrote: ↑Oct 25th, 2007 9:49 amThis thread is moot because all you're going to get is an exchange for the same DVD. Walmart changed their return policy months ago and they don't allow returns without a receipt anymore except for exchange. SOMETIMES you will get a nice manager who will give you a store credit but I doubt that would ever be the case for a bunch of DVDs. Even if they do give you credit it will be for the lowest price int he past 12 months, which for your DVDs would be like 6 bucks apiece max likely.
And for the record RenegadeX and iamnotanamerican are correct - what you are suggesting would be fraud, because if you truthfully say "I am not sure where these are from", they are not going to accept the return OR exchange. Simple as that.
If Wal-Mart changed their policy, that's fine - I started this thread to find out if there is any store that has a policy that would allow me to get anything in return for brand new unopened items. Worst case scenario is that I bring them to Blockbuster and get $2-$3 for each unless I luck out.
I'd be perfectly happy getting even $5 for each of the movies - whatever the policy is of a store that is willing to take them is fine by me. Although, Final Destination 3 and Blades of Glory probably haven't been on sale for as low as $6 yet.
Thanks to everyone who has added to this thread...from now can we just keep the topic to whether or not there is a store whose policy will let me return the items without a receipt?