When I really don’t want a Returnless Refund as a buyer
If I’m not allowed to post here as a buyer, please feel free to delete.
I just returned a handheld single hole punch to Amazon, and it’s apparently a returnless return. But I returned it because I don’t want it… It didn’t cost very much, just less than $10 USD with tax, so I suppose I can understand the reasoning—I don’t know if it was Amazon or the seller’s decision—but I still have literally no use for it (it crinkles the paper pretty badly even before it even starts to punch the hole…go figure). I know I can donate it, but in these current times that’s not super feasible. I’m still trying to figure out where to donate a box of super random items that have been sitting in my room for a year and a half now. And now the hole punch is also just going to sit in my room, unused, taking up space. Is there really no way I can send it back?