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FAQ - Is there a restocking fee for returned items and what is it?

A restocking fee is a charge applied by a seller when merchandise is returned and needs to be restocked back into inventory. It's essentially a fee to cover the costs associated with processing the return and preparing the item for resale. Restocking fees vary among sellers and may be a percentage of the item's purchase price or a flat fee. They are typically deducted from the refund amount issued to the customer upon return of the item. Depending on the reason for return and individual supplier this charge may incur but is unlikely.