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 Welcome. This guide is to help you make an educated decision on buying “store returns.” This term means that the item has been bought from a retailer and then returned for one reason or another, these reason may be that it was faulty, wrong colour; the product was not what they wanted and so on. These returns are made available for sale to traders through many different agents. The point to this is that when traders buy the items they then perform tests on the item to see if there are any problems, if there is nothing wrong with the item then it is sold at markets and other outlets. If there is nothing wrong with the item then it is “as new” maybe the box is not in the best condition but the item inside is untouched. Just imagine buying an iPod dock for 100gbp and then going on eBay and seeing it end in my shop for 50gbp that would upset anybody.

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