Walmart is revamping returns for third-party orders (WMT)

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Walmart is planning to launch a new returns initiative for third-party sellers this fall, according to a memo sent to merchants, which was obtained by CNBC. The retailer is looking to bolster the returns process for its site’s marketplace sellers because consumers don’t care if they are buying from Walmart or an independent seller; they just want a quality returns experience.

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