All your Christmas returns and (soon) your post-Super Bowl TV returns have to be re-sold somewhere

By Jason Wheeler


We live in a return culture. But much of the stuff we take back bypasses the store shelf and is plucked by bargain hunters from ‘re-commerce’ giants.

DALLAS — A lot of y’all didn’t like what you got for Christmas. We know because we have seen some of your returns. As we made our way recently through a Garland warehouse, we saw shelves and shelves of televisions, coffee makers, rugs, blankets, step ladders, a generator, a bathtub, couches, a collection of kayaks, and so much more.

The National Retail Federation reports that last year, Americans returned an estimated $743 Billion of merchandise.

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