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Thread: Why do I need to show ID to make a return with a receipt?

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    Why do I need to show ID to make a return with a receipt?

    I went to casual corner to make a return for a 10.00 item tag attached even still in their bag with a receipt. The lady said she needed to see my ID to make the return. I said I didn't show ID to purchase why should I show ID to return, it? The claim was it is company policy and they may need to contact me because it was a cash return and sometimes they contact customers when the register is short. Still doesn't explain why you need my ID you could ask me for my contact info and I would give it to you. Bottom line I did refuse and they had to do it with out my ID but the main reason it bugs me is because I have had a case of identity theft i'm not sure how they did it but it happened when JCpenny had an outlet in the old florin mall. MAybe they somehow took a picture of my info while they had it in their hands or something. but my bank account was accessed and purchases were made with my debit card number I actually had the card and new accounts were opened in my name around the same time so I really dont want my ID swiped by anyone or just handing over my license to people anymore.

    What is the deal with requiring ID to make a return with a receipt?

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    It probably has to do with theives trying to return stolen items.
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    Supe, I think that is the reasoning when you make returns without a receipt. With a receipt, isn't that supposed to be proof that you actually bought the item?

    I don't think the drawer being short excuse holds water. How would they contact all the other customers who made purchases with cash that day? Sounds weird. I wonder what the privacy policies of retail places like that are and if they use that information for mailing lists.

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    I'm with Joy, since when do thieves walk
    around with receipts for the items they steal? ;o)
    That's an interesting policy. Sometimes I send my kids in to return things for me(the older ones...) what good would their I.D. do?

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    Thats my point I dont know why you need it IF you have a receipt no receipts all bets are off you want to return something you suffer through the hoops. All it does is make me change my shopping habits I don't shop at places that want to ID me to do an exchange or return with a receipt. So now Causual Corner is off my list.

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    Racial profiling... report it.

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    Based on what she likes a dark colored soda? ;-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by DocS44 View Post
    Based on what she likes a dark colored soda? ;-)
    Those dark colored sodas are going to get you everytime!!! I'm guilty of drinking those dark colored sodas too!!!!
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    Exactly.

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