Does CVS (Or T.J. Maxx) Have To Accept Your Bottle Returns?

by Categorized: Consumer Rights, Customer Service Date:
(Reuters File Photo)

(Reuters File Photo)

Today’s Bottom Line column:

You’re welcome to play along in today’s edition of “Is It Just Me?,” where no question is too small for The Bottom Line.

Q: “This has bothered me for some time. Stores like CVS, Walgreens and Rite Aid, among others, sell water, soda and energy drinks and collect the 5-cent deposit. Yet, they do not — or are not required to? — accept the empty containers back and return the deposit to the customer.”

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