Amazon's New Return Fees
(Here's What You Need To Know)
Is this the end of free returns on Amazon purchases? Amazon has recently begun charging a fee of $1 for returns that customers drop off at UPS stores… and this move has created an uproar in the online shopping community. Many Amazon loyalists are wondering if this return fee might be just the start of more fees to come. Fortunately, we have a simple-to-use solution that will make it feel like you are “avoiding” any and all fees Amazon tries to sneak in.
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