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I recently shopped at a Cato clothing store and was unhappy with my purchase. I put it on a credit card. Is there any chance of getting my money back through my card issuer?

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Leo Zhu

Many credit card issuers offer purchase protection in case of loss, theft, or an item that breaks or is damaged. You’ll need to check with your credit card issuer to see the exact details of their terms and conditions, in order to determine whether you can have the charges reversed for the purchase you weren’t happy with. You may have to go back to the store where you made the purchase and attempt to do a return or exchange there. However, when you are looking for a new credit card, it’s worth looking at what kind of purchase protection they offer. They may also have a price protection program that gives you money back in the event of a sale or price drop on an item you’ve already purchased.

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