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Save on shipping with a returns subscription

"When I shop online, the bedroom is my dressing room," says a testimonial on the Returns Saver website, which offers returns for $49 a year. Up to 50% of online clothing purchases are returned, costing customers time and money. Is Returns Saver the answer, or should retailers offer free returns as standard?

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