People have been online shopping like never before during the coronavirus pandemic. In September, for example, U.S. online sales were 43 percent higher than the same time last year, totaling $60.4 billion, according to Adobe Analytics. But as convenient as it is to shop online, not being able to see or try on products in-person before you buy them comes with some downsides. These days, you’re likely finding yourself returning more online purchases than usual, too, which we all know is a hassle.
A recent poll from NPR and Marist found that 91 percent of Americans who shop online say they “only rarely” or “never” return things they buy from a website. And many say that the reason is because they don’t want to deal with everything returning online purchases entails, like packaging items back up, shipping them, and waiting for the funds to arrive in their bank account.
Fortunately, there’s a new way to make the return process for online orders much easier and soon, you may be able to instantly get money back after making a return. Read on to find out about the company making this possible, and for more retail changes you should know about, This Popular Clothing Chain Just Announced It’s Closing 250 Stores.
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