Special Report

Retailers Americans Are Most Likely to Regret Buying From

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13. eBay
> Share of respondents who feel regret purchasing a gift from eBay: 54%
> Share of respondents who shop at eBay: 25% — 5th largest on list

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12. QVC
> Share of respondents who feel regret purchasing a gift from QVC: 61%
> Share of respondents who shop at QVC: 4% — the smallest on list

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11. Home Depot
> Share of respondents who feel regret purchasing a gift from Home Depot: 62%
> Share of respondents who shop at Home Depot: 17% — 9th smallest on list

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10. Etsy
> Share of respondents who feel regret purchasing a gift from Etsy: 62%
> Share of respondents who shop at Etsy: 20% — 7th largest on list

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9. Nordstrom
> Share of respondents who feel regret purchasing a gift from Nordstrom: 63%
> Share of respondents who shop at Nordstrom: 12% — 6th smallest on list

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