In response to daily post’s prompt : Witness
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A few years ago I went to an “Eddie Bauer Store,” in Acron, Ohio, to return a cardigan I had bought in their chain store in Chicago, Illinois. I did not open the bag, as my daughter did not like it.
On the same day another customer brought back a jacket to return at the same store. The salesman asked me if I agreed that the jacket had been worn by the customer multiple times. I knew he needed a witness who’d agree that the said garment was not returnable. I thought in this case the salesman should find out the company policy and not ask a random person to be a witness to do his job.
I like Eddie Bauer clothing, their price is very high comparatively, but they do make clothes that lasts a long time. Their return policy is too lenient, they must have a time frame when their product can be returned.