When you are running a business, you want to be friendly and accommodating to your customers. However, sometimes that is in conflict with your return policy. Some business are friendly and helpful while their customers are shopping and during the actual purchase, but what happens when the customer wants to return the product simply because it wasn’t right for him or her? It costs the company money to return the product, and it decreases the net sales numbers. Some stores have intricate policies, and others have no policy at all and virtually take everything back. One company, Costco, has an extremely flexible return policy and many customers love it, but that has to cost them millions of dollars a year. It is hard to say what is right and what is wrong when it comes to return policies. 

You know I really wish I could do this with movies that were terrible. I wish I could simply walk back up to the ticket office and return all the memories I have of attending that movie. The last movie I felt this way about was “Knowing” with Nicholas Cage. Look, I like Nicholas Cage, but that movie just wasn’t good at all. I would be completely fine to return any memory I have of that movie. Maybe one day they will have a return policy for bad movies.

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