lobbythis wrote:I'm confused.
The box clearly states you cannot return these shoes once worn and you were well aware of this. So, already you have misconstrued your ignorance as Chase's fault.
Now, if there was a return period, Chase is simply stating their protection comes secondary to the original return policy. Since there isn't one, it's now become a blame game.
. And, if they were designer and very expensive, you wanting reimbursement after just a day later could look fraudulent to them.
Patcell87 wrote:This worries me... I have been using my CSP a lot for the return and price protections offered. I purchased a camera for my wife for Christmas and just last week I filed a claim under the price protection because I found the same camera advertised for a significantly lower price than I paid. I have not heard back yet, but after reading your story I am not optimistic... Chase will swiftly lose my business if this is becomes a trend.
deathrider wrote:Please keep me updated!
darkguy2 wrote:I submitted a claim last month on a video game. I don't think I got anything saying it was accepted. I just got a check a few weeks later. That was on my Freedom however.