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    Can clothing be taken back to store, 'sales of goods act'

    Hi, son has bought some really chavy clothes which i need to take back to the store, they are also quite poor quality which i know will not last long.
    I've looked at the receipt and it says that refunds will only be offered if goods do not comply with the sales of goods act, what does this mean? Do i get a refund?

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    some shops will only offer an exchange or credit note if you have just changed your mind and there isnt a fault !.........i know this is the case with sports direct .

    the store is only obliged to accept a return for refund if they are faulty

    they may offer a credit note,but as your son had the opportunity to view them before purchase they are not obliged to offer any form of refund or exchange just because they are unwanted


    post 1 is nonsense
    Edited by: "boothy" 20th Nov 2010

    badgerrules

    what store was it?



    This and how old is your son?

    Would have to agree with Boothy, are you sure they are not damaged

    If he chose the clothes why are you not letting him keep them, surely its what he wants to wear.


    Edited by: "greg_68" 20th Nov 2010

    http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2003/07/07/2kevin.jpg

    Supermod

    badgerrules

    if they havent been used i.e do they still have the label on? just say … if they havent been used i.e do they still have the label on? just say your son bought them without your permission.



    Irrelevant.

    Primark

    harlzter

    This and how old is your son?



    Primark & 25. (_;)

    Edited by: "richp" 20th Nov 2010

    Banned

    most wont allow return of underwear

    POST 1 IS ABSOLUTE NONSENSE!

    Leave your son be, he just wanted something to match your car,

    http://i155.photobucket.com/albums/s308/harlzter/chavmobilekg8.jpg

    you say they are from primark they will defo give you your money back if it is within the return policy date & you have the reciept, they will not accept returns on underwear or earrings. this is a definate as i have returned items i no longer wanted & had no trouble

    boothy

    the store is only obliged to accept a return for refund if they are … the store is only obliged to accept a return for refund if they are faultythey may offer a credit note,but as your son had the opportunity to view them before purchase they are not obliged to offer any form of refund or exchange just because they are unwantedpost 1 is nonsense


    sorry post 1 is correct, i have returned things numerous of times,( get home & change mind) if they are returned in an unused condition(new) & you have your reciept they will either refund or give a credit note just as post 1 says

    ^^^ we don't know where they are from just a guess.

    why buy things and then change your mind and expect the store to give you a refund! total waste of time!

    I think what post 1 is saying is that many shops choose to offer a credit note or exchange out of goodwill, although this is NOT an entitlement under sale of goods act if u have just changed your mind

    I know several shops that have signs by the tills now saying no refund for returned items.

    Supermod

    sameena1

    sorry post 1 is correct, i have returned things numerous of times,( get … sorry post 1 is correct, i have returned things numerous of times,( get home & change mind) if they are returned in an unused condition(new) & you have your reciept they will either refund or give a credit note just as post 1 says



    Post one is incorrect without facts.

    Post 1 was by badgerules or something like that,they were made to look a tit,so have deleted their posts

    oh i thought shopstilldrops was post 1

    boothy

    Post 1 was by badgerules or something like that,they were made to look a … Post 1 was by badgerules or something like that,they were made to look a tit,so have deleted their posts


    oOoh sorry

    Did everyone forget how to quote or something?

    jah128

    Did everyone forget how to quote or something?


    no, why?

    primark - chavvy - what?

    jackvdbuk

    primark - chavvy - what?



    Have a closer look. The person who said the clothes were from Primark is NOT the OP.

    He's 25


    Old enough to decide what he wants to wear!

    Banned

    boothy

    Post 1 was by badgerules or something like that,they were made to look a … Post 1 was by badgerules or something like that,they were made to look a tit,so have deleted their posts


    bizarre how even their quotes have been amended. Either a mods new pet or just cried a lot

    peodude

    Have a closer look. The person who said the clothes were from Primark is … Have a closer look. The person who said the clothes were from Primark is NOT the OP.



    lol, i'll think i'll amend my post as some people have lost the ability to read.

    lol, 'badgerrules' for removing your post ( 1st post ) so it now looks like i am first poster and people are disagreeing with what i said !!.........really helpful to op this thread now

    sameena1

    oh i thought shopstilldrops was post 1




    no i was second , but 1st poster ( badgerrules) removed theres when they realised they were wrong

    Becksdawe

    He's 25Old enough to decide what he wants to wear!



    lol, and how exactly do you know he is 25! Because if your going by that comment . . . that isnt the OP!
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