Do Cash Converters do returns?

Do Cash Converters do returns?

Most items sold by Cash Converters are covered by a 90 day fault warranty. This means if your item arrives damaged or becomes faulty within 90 days of your purchase, you may contact the store that sold the item for refund, exchange or repair.

What is the law on returning goods to a shop?

You must offer a refund to customers if they’ve told you within 14 days of receiving their goods that they want to cancel. They have another 14 days to return the goods once they’ve told you. You must refund the customer within 14 days of receiving the goods back. They do not have to provide a reason.

How long do you have to return an item to a shop?

Even though they don’t have to do it by law, lots of shops will say you can return items within 14 or sometimes even 30 days, as long they’re not used. Your rights are the same even if you couldn’t check or try on the item before you bought it, for example if the changing rooms were closed.

Can a shop refuse to give you a refund?

You can only return store-bought non-faulty goods for an exchange or refund if the retailer has a returns policy. It’s worth noting that shops aren’t required by law to have a returns policy, but if they do have one they must stick to it. Returns policies are usually displayed on receipts, on signs in store and online.

Can you get a refund at Cash Crusaders?

You may return any faulty out-of-box goods within seven (7) days of purchase to be refunded, replaced or repaired at our cost, provided that you present the original till slip and it is not subjected to exclusions.

What items do Cash Converters take?

The main types of items that we look for include:

  • Jewellery, fashion (luxury bags and items)
  • Phones, gaming, computers and laptops.
  • Cameras, TVs and video.
  • Music and instruments.
  • Outdoor equipment, fitness equipment, tools and hardware.
  • Collectables and toys.
  • Household appliances.

What is Cash Crusaders return policy?

Does Cash Crusaders lend money?

Cash Crusaders is known in South Africa for offering different kinds of financial operations. One of them, of course, is lending money.