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If you paid for something in full, would you be alright getting 50% back in cash and 50% back in credit or do you expect a full refund? Does it depend on whether it is a service or product?
With potatoes on the side.
Okay, only kidding! LOL.
Honestly, I really don't "do" refunds unless totally necessary. However, I like it simple. I want the company to work with me unlike CVS who has sold me three blasted packs of smokes all CUT OPEN and refused to even refund me each damn time. No sir, that is NOT the refund I like, potatoes or none.
I don't mind store credit at all. That's perfectly fine for me usually. If it's a total shit product and the company is poorly done in general and there's nothing at all I could want from them, no I would like cash back. But usually if I'm getting a refund, it's from a store I buy from often and will be happy with a in-store credit. Wal-Mart is fine because there's always something I'll need in there, so store-credit will do. Same for other stores like clothing stores.
For EF? I don't mind store-credit. I've only returned once and it was due to them sending the wrong size, but usually even if I end up hating the product with everything I have, I won't go through the trouble to make them refund me or something.
50/50 is a decent way to go about it -- half credit, half cash. Not bad. Sometimes though, if you've paid a WHOLE lotta cash, you should give back in cash fully, it doesn't seem ethical otherwise.