After Shoppers Return Items, Some Buyers Try Selling Them Again
Washington Post - June 30, 2016
Ever buy something and decide to return it? Maybe there was a small tear or the color wasn’t right.
Most people don’t think twice about what happens to those items, but often many of them don’t end up back on the store’s shelves. Items that have been opened cannot be resold by many stores, so they send those items to Liquidity Services, a Washington, D.C.-based company and parent company of Liquidation.com.