Isn't that clearly noted in the terms & conditions?
Return and Refund Policy
Returnable Items: MYHABIT offers free return shipping within the U.S. for all items that are listed on our site as returnable at the time of purchase. Apparel and footwear items are generally returnable items (unless a specific item has been marked on our site as non-returnable). For an item to be eligible for return, the following must apply: 1.The item must have been marked as returnable on our site at the time of purchase. Items marked as non-returnable may not be returned at any time. 2.The item must have originally been shipped to and returned from an address within the U.S. 3.MYHABIT must receive the returned item within 21 days from the date the item is delivered to you. 4.Items must be unused, unworn, unwashed, and undamaged. In order to facilitate the return process, please return items in their original packaging, including: hangers, polybags, hang tags on garments, shoe boxes, dust bags, and gift boxes.
Non-returnable Items: Items from the following categories are not eligible for returns: Beauty & Fragrance, Hosiery, Intimates, Jewelry, Watches, Sunglasses, Furniture & Home, and Electronics.
Refund Method: If you return an eligible item, your refund will be in the form of an Amazon.com gift card, which will be automatically applied to your account. Amazon.com gift cards may be used on MYHABIT, Amazon.com, or endless.com, subject to the terms and conditions of the Amazon.com gift card.
I often wonder exactly what is meant by "unworn" on return policies. The word could mean there is no visible wear of the product or it could mean you never wore it. Obviously one would need to at least try it on to see if it fits, but it seems a store could use the word as a gotcha if they chose to. Has anyone ever had a problem with this?
I started getting emails when Amazon launched My Habit. OK, I buy clothes, but it's really not my "habit." I looked at the first few emails. The prices are supposed to be shockingly low, but I thought they were pretty high.
And I am never, ever going to wear an ankle length skirt with a pair of pointy-toed boots with a 4-inch heel. So I unsubscribed.
I did buy some shoes there the first week (with the added coupon they sent.) I look sporadically, but most of the clothing/jewelry isn't for me (and frankly the jewelry I have seen doesn't seem to be worth the price.)
I do like nice shoes, bags and accessories (like belts, scarves, etc.) though, so I do check there sometimes. I just don't want ALL heels, I just don't wear them as much. (designers....can't you come up with shoes that aren't 4+ inches high or completely flat?)
Emerald Coast, Thanks. I was able to unsubscribe with your help. If their newsletters could be opened I would have looked at some. I have no trouble opening other Amazon communications. Appreciate the directions. Karen
Do you think they're trying to break into the upscale clothing market? I can't see anyone spending that kind of money for clothes on line, but then ten years ago everyone thought on line clothing would never sell at any price point.
I have been trying for weeks to unsubscribe to MY HABIT, and nothing works. They keep sending me emails every day. There must be some way to get rid of these pests. I am going to try Consumer Affairs and see if they can help me.
I am really disappointed in the My Habit site, the items that are at a good price are gone within the first minute, maybe it is just that they only have a couple of the "deals". I did consider buying a more expensive dress there but did a quick search and found it elsewhere at a 60% savings.
I ordered a pair of evening Badgley Mischka shoes and I got a pretty good deal. This brand goes from $100.00 and up and I paid around $70.00 with the Summer 25 promotion. They are just beautiful. Thanks to MyHabit I was able to buy a brand I couldn't afford at a regular price.