Tag: consumer returns in the retail industry
Return Fraud’s Impact on Retail Sales and E-commerce Returns Highlighted in Report from Appriss Retail
Appriss Retail recently released its 2017 Consumer Returns in the Retail Industry report, which analyzes results from the National Retail Federation’s 2017 Organized Retail Crime survey to provide insights for retailers to minimize the effect of return fraud and abuse on their business.
According to the survey, total merchandise returns account Read More
Return fraud and abuse continues to cost retailers billions of dollars every year—$16 billion to be exact. But some retailers like Finish Line, a $16 billion premium retailer of athletic shoes, apparel, and accessories, are fighting back and combatting return fraud head on with winning results.
Headquartered in Indianapolis, Finish Line Read More
It’s a long-held belief that television returns on and around the Super Bowl® are greatly increased compared to the rest of the year. This increase, we assume, exists because of the many unscrupulous individuals who buy a TV, watch the Super Bowl, and then return the TV later for a Read More
Return Fraud’s Growing Impact on Sales, Jobs and Shrink Highlighted in Tenth Annual Report from The Retail Equation
The Retail Equation, a leader in retail transaction optimization solutions, recently released its 2014 Consumer Returns in the Retail Industry report, which analyzes results from the National Retail Federation’s 2014 annual survey on merchandise returns and the 2012 Canadian Retail Security Survey from The Retail Council of Canada (RCC), to provide insights Read More
As previously reported by LP Magazine, The Retail Equation released the 2013 Consumer Returns in the Retail Industry report in January. This report analyzes results from the National Retail Federation’s survey on merchandise returns and the 2012 Canadian Retail Security Survey from the Retail Council of Canada (RCC). The purpose Read More