Poundland Lewisham High Street Store 25% off
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Poundland Lewisham High Street Store 25% off

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25% off everything in store at Lewisham in their High Street store only. No returns. Items priced over £1 are also included.


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xp_version18 m ago

Can a retailer even state 'no returns'?



Illegal signage, the FBI CIA MI5 and nick berry have been informed
xp_version132 m ago

Can a retailer even state 'no returns'?


Rule 1


Faulty goods are ALWAYS returnable.
The shop’s ‘rules’ are irrelevant.


Rule 2


If goods aren’t faulty, you CAN’T return them.
Unless the shop’s ‘rules’ allow it, or it was bought online.


Online is different, because the Distance Selling Regulations mean you can cancel goods within seven working days, even if you’ve merely changed your mind. You can expect a full refund of the price and delivery charge (though some don’t give that, so ask).

This applies to most goods bought online anywhere in the EU via post, phone or online (the exceptions tend to be personalised goods and perishables). These extra rights are a reason many now move to browsing in-store and then buying online
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Can a retailer even state 'no returns'?
xp_version13 m ago

Can a retailer even state 'no returns'?


I think that can only apply to swapsies.
nippykev4 m ago

I think that can only apply to swapsies.



Yea pretty sure they have to honour returns/refunds if an item is faulty , but not if you simply change your mind or don't like the item after purchase.
xp_version18 m ago

Can a retailer even state 'no returns'?



Illegal signage, the FBI CIA MI5 and nick berry have been informed
Beginning of the end for Poundland
Thanks, much as I can't stand Lewisham, think I'll take a trip down there later. Any idea when it finishes?
xp_version132 m ago

Can a retailer even state 'no returns'?


Rule 1


Faulty goods are ALWAYS returnable.
The shop’s ‘rules’ are irrelevant.


Rule 2


If goods aren’t faulty, you CAN’T return them.
Unless the shop’s ‘rules’ allow it, or it was bought online.


Online is different, because the Distance Selling Regulations mean you can cancel goods within seven working days, even if you’ve merely changed your mind. You can expect a full refund of the price and delivery charge (though some don’t give that, so ask).

This applies to most goods bought online anywhere in the EU via post, phone or online (the exceptions tend to be personalised goods and perishables). These extra rights are a reason many now move to browsing in-store and then buying online
philipgregson5832 m ago

Beginning of the end for Poundland



Yep. It'll have to be 75p land now.
redtomxx4 h, 12 m ago

Rule 1Faulty goods are ALWAYS returnable.The shop’s ‘rules’ are irrel …Rule 1Faulty goods are ALWAYS returnable.The shop’s ‘rules’ are irrelevant.Rule 2If goods aren’t faulty, you CAN’T return them.Unless the shop’s ‘rules’ allow it, or it was bought online.Online is different, because the Distance Selling Regulations mean you can cancel goods within seven working days, even if you’ve merely changed your mind. You can expect a full refund of the price and delivery charge (though some don’t give that, so ask).This applies to most goods bought online anywhere in the EU via post, phone or online (the exceptions tend to be personalised goods and perishables). These extra rights are a reason many now move to browsing in-store and then buying online


No, its the consumer contract regulations. DSR isn't law anymore. It's also now 14 days, not 7.
Horrorwood2 h, 14 m ago

No, its the consumer contract regulations. DSR isn't law anymore. It's …No, its the consumer contract regulations. DSR isn't law anymore. It's also now 14 days, not 7.


On the contrary

Under the Consumer Rights Act you have an early right to reject goodsthat are unsatisfactory quality, unfit for purpose or not as described, and get a full refund.

But this right is limited to 30 days from the date you took ownership of the goods (this could be the date of purchase or the date the goods were delivered to you - whichever is later).

After the initial 30 days, you can't demand a full refund in the first instance, but you still have the right to a repair or replacement.

This right doesn’t apply to faulty digital content. The retailer has one opportunity to repair or replace digital content that is of unsatisfactory quality, unfit for purpose or not as described, before you can claim a refund on a digital download.
redtomxx29 m ago

On the contraryUnder the Consumer Rights Act you have an early right to …On the contraryUnder the Consumer Rights Act you have an early right to reject goodsthat are unsatisfactory quality, unfit for purpose or not as described, and get a full refund.But this right is limited to 30 days from the date you took ownership of the goods (this could be the date of purchase or the date the goods were delivered to you - whichever is later). After the initial 30 days, you can't demand a full refund in the first instance, but you still have the right to a repair or replacement.This right doesn’t apply to faulty digital content. The retailer has one opportunity to repair or replace digital content that is of unsatisfactory quality, unfit for purpose or not as described, before you can claim a refund on a digital download.


I was referring to "change of mind" returns.
Is it the one near the Lewisham Centre or the one near Catford? Both are on Lewisham High Street. Thanks!
SaverMcSaveface4 h, 37 m ago

Is it the one near the Lewisham Centre or the one near Catford? Both are …Is it the one near the Lewisham Centre or the one near Catford? Both are on Lewisham High Street. Thanks!


The one outside of Lewisham shopping centre, not the one inside and not sure on the one near Catford.
I live in peckham but I'm not sure a bus ride to lewisham is on the cards (even for 25% off).

good deal though for anyone who can go.
All items are on discount because the store is closing down so they need to get rid of stock.
its 50% off now. went today.

no returns (FYI M&S also have a no return policy when their reductions are >50%)
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