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Children place return policy

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[OP]
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Children place return policy

Hi. Just bought clothes but wrong size. I declined to enter my email.address n forgot to get paper reeipt.

Can i return and get at least store credit?

Thx
T
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love0715 wrote: Hi. Just bought clothes but wrong size. I declined to enter my email.address n forgot to get paper reeipt.

Can i return and get at least store credit?

Thx
T
you could go straight to the store manager and give them your cc number and they search for it. They probably wouldn't do it if it's days earlier.
[OP]
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Its by cash. Also. What if i go to diff location?
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What did they say when you called?
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With no electronic or paper trail I'd say you are out of luck.
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love0715 wrote: Hi. Just bought clothes but wrong size. I declined to enter my email.address n forgot to get paper reeipt.

Can i return and get at least store credit?
1) Read the return policy on the back of your...oh, wait...
2) Look up their return policy on the website.
3) Phone the store.

You'll get your answer quite quickly.
I declined to enter my email.address n forgot to get paper reeipt.
Its by cash.
I'm sure these are spouted quite often by shoplifters, too...so expect your options to be very limited.

I would guess, however, that exchange may be an option for a different size, but that would be just about it.

You're certainly not entitled to anything at all because you don't have proof of purchase and they're certainly not defective based on your post - so ask nicely and accept the answer because the way you told the story, your dilemma is caused by you, not by them.
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OP, you didn't have to name the store (to protect the innocent), and common sense would say no (to any store).
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So the OP shoplifted the wrong sized clothes and is wondering if he can exchange them?

Ballsy or crazy?
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What do you mean you "forgot the receipt"? So, when the cashier held out the receipt to you, you forgot to grab it from his/her hand? Your change always comes back with the receipt all at the same time.

None of this sounds right.
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I think we’re being trolled.
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ds2chan wrote: What do you mean you "forgot the receipt"? So, when the cashier held out the receipt to you, you forgot to grab it from his/her hand? Your change always comes back with the receipt all at the same time.

None of this sounds right.
I was thinking the same thing - especially when you are paying cash (credit card sometimes a bit of a delay in the receipt coming out). awfully fishy story for sure!
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Wait you walked into a store, bought sometime in the store and walked out without a receipt? I'm surprised no one tried to stop you for shop lifting...

Honestly the store owes you nothing without any paper trail due to too many shop lifter using that story. A nice manager might offer to do an exchange for you for the correct size but that's goodwill, not a requirement for the store. If its recent, maybe try to find the cashier who you paid that day and hope they remember you. In that case, you might be a bit more lucky with getting an exchange.

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