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What happens to customer return products?

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What happens to customer return products?

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If the unit was sold through the Amazon.co.uk website, and if we determine the returned product is still sellable in the same condition as previously listed, we will automatically place the unit back into your inventory available for sale.If we determine the product is no longer sellable in the same condition as previously listed, we will flag it as damaged in your seller account and will hold it temporarily. If you do not tell us within 90 days whether you elect to dispose of the unit or have it returned to you, we may choose to dispose of or return it at our discretion. But, if the product is not sold by you through the Amazon.co.uk website, the return will be directed to you.

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If the unit was sold through the Amazon.co.uk website, and if we determine the returned product is still sellable in the same condition as previously listed, we will automatically place the unit back into your inventory available for sale.If we determine the product is no longer sellable in the same condition as previously listed, we will flag it as damaged in your seller account and will hold it temporarily. If you do not tell us within 90 days whether you elect to dispose of the unit or have it returned to you, we may choose to dispose of or return it at our discretion.

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