Richer Sounds Returns Policy On Headphones - Fair Or Unfair?

Gaslight

Well-known Member
Yes but I’m sure if you are handling it as you would in a store, this would include plugging into to a device to test the sound would it not? Richer sounds are very relaxed and I’m 99% sure they would accept a return within a few days considering the distanced selling act.

No it wouldnt. That is a special option at some stores, it is not generic nor should be taken that way.

You mean the Consumer Contract Regulations.
 

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