Friday, June 4, 2010

Don't send it to the wrong address


I got an email from Barnes & Noble, offering a deal on their Nook electronic book reader.  Given that I use the free Amazon Kindle software on my iPod Touch, I can't really see buying a separate e-reader.  But I wondered about the opportunity to try out the Nook (the screen on the Touch is pretty small).

So I checked out the return policy from Barnes & Noble, and found this rule:
Returning nook
You can return nook within 14 days of receipt. Either call 1-800-THE-BOOK (843-2665) for a return authorization, or return it to a Barnes & Noble store.

Please note: if you do not call for a return authorization number and send the nook to the wrong return center, no refund will be provided and your nook will not be returned to you.
 
Wow.  Look at that language in red -- pretty harsh.  I would double-check that address before sending one back.

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