Thanks to Amazon’s flexible return policy, it’s easy to get a refund for your returned item, or even change the item for a different one.
Processing an item for return to Amazon is pretty simple. More so if the item in question is new and unopened. Just make sure to complete the process with Amazon within 30 days of delivery. By following their guideline, it is possible to receive a full refund as well. Amazon also puts into consideration seasonal factors that may delay returning an item, but it’s always better to confirm.
You might be wondering when you will get your refund if you apply for that? Well it usually takes about 2-3 weeks. Although most refunds are completed in 3-5 days after Amazon receive and process your return.
1. Click the “Return Items” button. It will take you to a list of your recently purchased item.
2. From that list check the item you want to return.
3. Look at the right side of the screen to select a reason why you want to return the item. A box will appear after you have selected a reason. In that box explain your reason in more details.
When available, Amazon provides the option for a Pickup. If you are eligible for that option click the pickup option, confirm your address and Amazon will send someone to come pick up the item at a specified time.
In case the Pickup option is not available, then you will have to neatly package the item and mail it back to a designated address.
The video below provides further information on how to return to Amazon,
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A few years ago, my sister wanted me to buy some dresses for her from an online shop. The pictures of the dresses she saw were amazing, and the prices were tantalizing. We ordered for the cloths making sure to confirm severally the tag numbers and everything. Her excitement on the arrival of the package varnished almost immediately. The boxes containing the cloths were dirty, and the supposed elegant dresses were mere rags. Some of the apparels were literally pieces of a fabrics, and made no sense whatsoever.
We learned in a painful way that all that glitters is not gold, and more so in the online market.
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Paste WordPress: How to paste to WordPress editor without losing your text organization.
If you are publishing online with WordPress, sometimes you might want to copy and paste from Microsoft word to the WordPress visual editor.
Even though it is very simple, it still took me a while to figure out how to paste to WordPress from Microsoft, without disorganizing my text. I love plug-ins – they are great. But I don’t want to use them for every little thing.
If you paste directly into the visual editor, your text will be messed up by WordPress inbuilt codes.
The solution is to paste into the text editor instead of the visual editor. After that you can go back to the visual editor and continue with your editing. That is the only way to keep the orientation of your text in order.
The diagram below gives a visual illustration of what I mean.
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