This is the second busiest day of the year for retailers as many Iowans aretaking back those unwanted Christmas presents. If you opened up a package onChristmas Eve or Christmas Day and found something you really did not wat,you might want to make sure you have all the necessary information when yougo to return it. Mary Kruger-Eyler with the Better Business Bureau of Iowasays make sure you hang on to those receipts if you want to take somethingback. In the state of Iowa, merchants are not required to give a refund,exchange or issue a store credit for merchandise that is returned unless thestore advertises that it accepts such returns, or if an article is defectiveor misrepresented. Kruger-Eyler says every store does things differently.Kruger-Eyler says it can save you a lot of hassle in the future if you learna store’s return policy before buying a gift there.
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