How To Let Best Buy Know How You Feel About Its Receipt Checking Policy

Waiting until you’re leaving the store with a purchase to defy Best Buy’s receipt-checking policy makes for entertaining stories, but a more effective long-term solution is to go to the source and let your voice be heard.

Best Buy’s IdeaX suggestions page — seemingly the latest incarnation of the old “Idea Box” — is a way to complain in a focused way that Best Buy might hear. Reader Mike is calling for a Consumerist commenter campaign to flood IdeaX with suggestions that the company rethink its doorman policy. Users can vote up ideas they agree with, increasing the likelihood they’ll catch the eyes of decision makers.

What do you think is the best way to get a corporation to change an unpopular policy?

(Thanks, Mike!)

Previously: Cop Threatens To Arrest Guy For Refusing To Show Receipt At Best Buy

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