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Is it legal for retailers to charge a restocking fee in North Carolina?

Merton Vance
StarNews

Yes. Here is a link to some information about restocking fees and other shopping tips for the holiday shopping season,  provided by the consumer division of the N.C. Attorney General’s office:

www.ncdoj.com/getdoc/647c6d31-7932-4db6-b5c9-f05f39954755/more.aspx

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One Response to “ Is it legal for retailers to charge a restocking fee in North Carolina?”

  1. On October 6, 2013 at 9:02 am Keith Reid wrote:

    I bought a automotive electrical part with my visa over the phone. Found out that I don’t need it. Never went to pick up the part. The shop want to charge a restocking fee because they said it was special order and for shipping. I never saw or put my hands on the Item. Can I get full return of my money?



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