- v. present participle of restock.
- n. An act of replenishing stock.
“You know, Heidi, more retailers are charging what they call a restocking fee, that according to the Massachusetts Consumer Affairs office.”
“JOHN LONG: Certain retailers, electronics retailers and the like, do have what they call restocking fees.”
“Weis lost DT Omar Hunter to Florida but he was otherwise very successful in restocking the offensive and defensive trenches.”
“Yesterday I started a batch as a first step in restocking my Moroccan pantry.”
“Since then his regime has made progress in restocking its minor league talent pool, getting good returns in each of its two drafts.”
“At Best Buy, and this is very popular with the electronic chains now, they charge something called a restocking fee of 15 percent.”
“On the other hand, some analysts note that the recent pickup in output has been largely driven by what are likely to be temporary factors, such as restocking by companies.”
“If so, it's a good one for consumers: Reports today indicate that as of Tuesday, Jan. 11, Apple will no longer charge a 10 percent "restocking" fee when products are returned to its retail stores.”
“However I read that the large increase in the USA's 4Q figures are coloured by 'restocking' and the underlying figures (whilst better than ours) are not as eye-watering.”
“* Offer every iPhone 4 buyer a full refund through Sept. 30, no questions asked and no "restocking" fee.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘restocking’.
List of fees, tolls, surcharges - stupid, disingenuous, predatory, or otherwise - that are levied by governments, banks, phone companies and businesses against citizens, customers, and consumers.
Looking for tweets for restocking.