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John Lewis introduces the 'never ending refund' to encourage shoppers in austere times

The retailer is the first major high street name to scrap the refund limit.

The policy was introduced to give confidence to shoppers that they can return unwanted gifts or dresses in future and even applies to items bought before this year.

The only catch is that the clothing or appliances must be unused and accompanied by the original receipt.

.......However he insisted the scheme would not back fire, with a huge amount of last season dresses suddenly returned, as relatively few people keep the receipts.

“We are not doing is so people can clear out their wardrobes,” he said. “We are doing it to underline to people in economically difficult times that there is one shop you can buy from where you will not end up regretting it.”

The only other retailer to offer a “never ending refund” is Lakeland, though other major high street shops are now expected to follow suit

I heard somewhere about a firm that is working on a system of emailing consumers receipts, so they don't have to keep the paper ones.

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I heard somewhere about a firm that is working on a system of emailing consumers receipts, so they don't have to keep the paper ones.

Have you ever noticed that the ink fades on receipts, and after about a year - they are unreadable. Or is that only in Australia?

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Have you ever noticed that the ink fades on receipts, and after about a year - they are unreadable. Or is that only in Australia?

Ha ha that is so true about Australia. You often can't read the receipt on the DAY of purchase. I always thought it was very weird - and widespread.

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