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can you actually really buy mke up and skin care from qvc and return and get your money back just because you dont like it

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diamondlizard Tue 11-Mar-14 19:44:30

as i might get a few bits from there if thtasthe case

Forgettable Tue 11-Mar-14 19:47:44

It always used to be that, the famous no quibble 30 day money back guarantee

not ordered for ages though

no help really haha

Foosyerdoos Tue 11-Mar-14 19:47:53

Yes. You don't get back the money you spent on p&p though. So longs as you return within 30 days.

Iseeall Tue 11-Mar-14 19:51:21

Yes you can.
It is a brilliant way to try new products and find out what suits you.
You have 28 days to return items(opened and used!).
You do have to pay the return postage, so keep that in mind.
Happy shopping.

oin Tue 11-Mar-14 19:54:18

Yes, and their customer service is really good if you have a problem.

diamondlizard Tue 11-Mar-14 20:46:14

Wow,that's good then

I don't mind paying p and p if I don't like something

furlinedsheepskinjacket Tue 11-Mar-14 20:48:17

but but but

p and p both ways could be fifteen quid.....?

yellowtrees Tue 11-Mar-14 21:08:41

Yes, but the beauty products tend to be high end so can cost a lot more than that (e.g. there is a Revitalash set for £96 on the website). So it can work out better than buying products from a store because you only pay for the ones you keep, even taking into account their (inflated) postage costs.

sewbee Tue 11-Mar-14 21:14:11

There is 'the letter' that some people get if they send back too many things - and that includes returns that you send back because they're damage on arrival, their system doesn't differentiate.

There is also a magic amount that they deem acceptable to use in the 30days so don't think you can return 10ml of a 100ml Emma Hardie balm after 30 days!

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