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Amazon Returns Postage (Wii)

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6y, 2w agoPosted 6 years, 2 weeks ago
Can anyone tell me how much amazon charge for postage on returns.

I'm thinking of returning a Wii bought last week as there's now some better deals around but have no idea how much they'll deduct from my refund for the courier charges.
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6y, 2w agoPosted 6 years, 2 weeks ago
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#1
I'm guessing if you want to return it, you;ll have to pay the courier yourself. Amazon will only pay out for return P&P if it's faulty or damaged. Not just because you've found it cheaper elsewhere. Plus is you've opened it / played with it, they probably won't accept it back unless it's faulty.

Edited By: Penny Saver on Nov 18, 2010 14:18
#2
am gonna be in same boat, i ordered a hard drive from them, but changed my mind within an hour of paying for it, yet couldnt cancel as it was "dispatching soon". It was dispatching soon for a day before being dispatched! It hasnt been delivered yet, but postie wont take things back. (so am hoping its too big for letterbox and send it back if i dont collect)
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Penny Saver
I'm guessing if you want to return it, you;ll have to pay the courier yourself. Amazon will only pay out for return P&P if it's faulty or damaged. Not just because you've found it cheaper elsewhere. Plus is you've opened it / played with it, they probably won't accept it back unless it's faulty.


I've no problem with paying, I just want an idea of how much before I decide whether to send it.

I did phone amazon but they couldn't help - I have the option of sending it myself from the post office or using their courier (DHL) service. The latter option is obviously easier and may be cheaper (they must have a corporate rate with DHL) but no good if I can't even get a clue as to the price!
#4
splatsplatsplat
am gonna be in same boat, i ordered a hard drive from them, but changed my mind within an hour of paying for it, yet couldnt cancel as it was "dispatching soon". It was dispatching soon for a day before being dispatched! It hasnt been delivered yet, but postie wont take things back. (so am hoping its too big for letterbox and send it back if i dont collect)

just refuse delivery
#5
If you just want an iea of the price then pack it up, weigh it and measure it. Royal Mail have a calculator on their webby, so do ParcelForce I think. Not the cheapest, but you'll have an idea.
#6
OK - so I went through the return steps on Amazon (would have done it before but was worried it'd be a one way process!)...

...it estimated the postage deduction if I use their label as £1.69(!!)...think I can live with that!
#7
barnabycat
OK - so I went through the return steps on Amazon (would have done it before but was worried it'd be a one way process!)...

...it estimated the postage deduction if I use their label as £1.69(!!)...think I can live with that!


blimey, my 2.5" hard drive was gonna cost £2.75 using amazons site!
banned#8
Best way is parcels to go. Type it in google or dhl carve me £4.95 to send parcels I do send 200ish a week tho

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