Amazon is now accepting returns in some of its Go stores — and it's a brilliant strategy to slash logistics costs
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Amazon is now accepting returns for purchases made online in some of its cashierless Amazon Go stores.

Not all 15 stores are presently processing returns. For those that do, customers can scan a QR code on the Amazon app to receive a refund and return their items.

Processing returns is costly for retailers. But they can slash "reverse logistics" costs by processing returns in-store rather than having customers mail their packages in. 

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