I just purchased a video camera from Target last week, only to find out my family had bought me a much nicer camera. I returned to Target with the camera in the box with a receipt and was told I would have to pay a $32 restocking fee if nothing was wrong with the camera. I was honest and admitted nothing was wrong with the camera but was never told about a restocking fee until after I purchased the camera. I asked why didn’t they have that information available at the counter where I examined the camera and was told they had it on the receipt. Well the receipt actually says there might be a restocking fees on some returns and this information is still not given to the customer until after they pay for the item and the cash register prints the receipt. nI would have happily taken a store credit for the full amount but refuse to allow them to sell it twice and keep $32 for the returned item. I will give it away as a Christmas present and will never bother Target with my purchases again. nVickinJacksonville, FloridaU.S.A.
Wells Rd Orange Park, Florida U.S.A.
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