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‘Loyal’ LL Bean customer company for changing legendary returns policy

Share This Story! In your social network know what you are reading about ‘Loyal’ L. L. Bean customer company for changing legendary returns policy The Illinois man is suing the outdoor gear company for “breaking of its promises.” Post to Facebook Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. CLOSE Customers will have only one year to return an item. Time L.L. Bean recently announced it would not be better than a year old. (Photo: Pat Wellenbach, 2011 photo by Pat Wellenbach, AP) An Illinois man is suing L.L. Bean for “breaking of its promises” after the company last week . Victor Bondi filed a lawsuit Monday in Chicago based on Freeport, Maine. Bondi, described as a “loyal” customer who purchased Bean boots, said the company’s “basis of the bargain” for all of his purchases, according to the following. “L. L. Bean’s repudiation of the warranty is a violation of the law and a breach of warranty between L. L. Bean and Plaintiff and the other Class Members,” follows states, “and L. L. Bean must provide corrective notice to all potential customers. more: L.L. Bean puts foot down: No more refunds on grandpa’s 20-year-old boots The retailer ‘s executive chairman, Shawn Gorman, said in a letter to customers, “Returned to the United States. The new policy limits to a year, which is a major change for the company. Follow Ashley May on Twitter: @AshleyMayTweets Read or Share this story:

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