Would a temporary no return policy help stop the spread of bed bugs in New York stores? Victoria’s Secrets, Hollister and Abercrombie and Fitch all had a problem with the parasites. Bedbugs could still be spread in the fitting rooms, though. So maybe we should try a bedbug detector at the entrance to the stores. That would be a good idea. Someone invent that, please. Sort of like a metal detector, only with bedbugs.
But really, I wonder if a no return policy would help. It would be worth a try. How many people really return stuff anyway? It is a pain in the butt. Especially with Victoria Secrets. I mean, who would want returned underwear anyway?
Check out our previous posts about bedbugs listed below. definitely save a link to the Bedbug Registry, where you can check to see if hotels have bedbugs before you stay there. I was shocked to see the amount of hotels in my area that had bedbugs!
Bedbugs Close Down Hollister Store In New York – last month (Bedbug Registry information)
Ship Full of Spiders Turned Away From Guam – yesterday