09-03-2008, 09:14 PM
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Originally Posted by Pasfur
Actually, it depends on the state law. For example, Kentucky is a "buyer beware" state. Merchants are not required by law to take any item for return, regardless of reason. It is the buyers responsibility to ensure the item is in proper condition prior to purchase.
That being said, good business usually prevails.
What the heck do you do if the item is in a sealed box and needs water to run? I can just imagine some dude going down the line of filters, taking them outta their box, plugging them in "Nope, that one doesn't work". "Nope that one either". Might make the merchants change their policy REAL quick.