04-01-2012 04:14 AM
I bought a open box ipad 3, 16gb 4g last week for $610 after tax (great deal honestly). Problem is it get super hot and the screen has alot of yellowing which I normally would look past but this is pretty bad. I have decided just to return it because I really have no need for it and my question is... How will the refund be paid to me since I paid for it with $200 cash, $367 debit and $43 from a gift card.?
Will it come back as a gift card for 43, cash for 200 and a debit return for 367 or will they try to do it all minus the 43 with a check? The reason I ask is because i REFUSE to return anything to best buy anymore if they are going to send me a check. I did this a few years ago and it took almost a month and a half to get it. That was a month and a half that they had the returned product and my money making interest on it before they sent it out AND IT BOUNCED WHICH CAUSED MY BANK TO CHARGE $25 fee that best buy would not refund. How does something like that bounce????
Anyways any info would be great. Thank you.
04-01-2012 07:34 AM
04-01-2012 12:49 PM
You should do a google search for best buy bounced checks than if you have a hard time believing me. I have not been the only one.
I also dont understand how it is even legal to have you wait 10-14 days to get a check in the mail while they have the product in hand. They are making interest on your money while they still hold it for those however many days. That my friends is the real reason why they wait and send checks.
04-01-2012 06:25 PM
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04-02-2012 02:06 AM
Awesome conspiracy theory... I'm sure the interest that they make over 10-14 days is so worth it.
I would love to sign up for this bi-monthly interest payout.
04-03-2012 05:01 PM