Coronavirus is Forcing Retailers to Suspend Returns and Change Policies. Here’s What you Need to Know

As many elements of the shopping experience have been turned on their sides amid concerns over the spread of coronavirus, major retailers are adjusting and extending return periods to give shoppers a break until they can reopen.

But be forewarned: At some retailers that have remained open during the coronavirus pandemic, making a return isn’t as simple as it used to be. Some are suspending returns.

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Tyler has robust experience leading multi-year sourcing initiatives within Higher Education, Retail, Consumer Products, Transportation and Energy, achieving over $250M in strategic profitability improvement. He has over 10 years of sourcing experience and developing strategic solutions regarding innovation, automation, process improvements, and strategic programs integral in generating substantial strategic profitability improvement. He has completed projects in a multitude of sourcing categories including temporary labor, most facilities (material and services) areas, IT hardware and software, scientific supplies, supply chain/transportation, outsourcing and human resource benefits. Tyler holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Economics from the University of California, Berkeley, and is a published author in Internet Retailer.