12-19-2017 03:14 PM
I bought a DSLR camera at 8.00 PM for $599, it had only one lense, When I showed it to my friends they advised me that for the same price, I will get a camera with two lens at bestbuy. So next day afternoon at 1.30 PM when I went to return the camera and get a new one they told they need to charge me for the Restocking fee which is 15% for the price I bought. I was literally shocked because when I was paying the bill the person at the counter told me that I can return in the next 15days. But when I was returning the product he told I will be charged 15% if I return.
They cheated me. I would call it robbed me.
12-31-2017 02:11 PM
Welcome to the forums and thanks for your post! I’ve been in similar situations where I’ve needed to make an exchange for various reasons. I’m sorry to hear there may have been some confusion around the policy. Let’s see if I can offer some clarity!
Per our Returns & Exchanges Promise, which should be posted both online and in-store, DSLR cameras would have a 15% restocking fee. Please know, however, that this restocking fee should not apply to products that are unopened. I certainly apologize for any unawareness of this at the time of purchase.