QVC to refund 300,000 customers after failing to repay postage charges

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TV shopping channel QVC is to refund 300,000 customers after admitted it failed to repay the postage and packing charge on returned goods. QVC said the mistake goes back as far as 2014 and apologised to shoppers in a notice on its website today. The cost of delivery varies depending on the size a...

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