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I just left KMART, Clearlake Avenue, Springfield, IL. <br /> <br /> 31 days ago, I purchased some seasonal-outdoor pillows for patio. A long time ago Kmarts store policy used to be you had to wait a large amount of days for a return with a check (14 I think). I thought it was now changed to 30 days for return on purchase with check. The receipt is not completely clear, and it does NOT read 30 days on ALL purchases. It does read, on SOME purchases. I asked the Kmart Store Clerk-when I was checking out with the pillows, &quot;do I have to wait 30 days for return?&quot;, and she responded, &quot;YES&quot;. Possibly she only heard the words, 30 days, and return??? I have been driving around for 30 days waiting to make my return. The pillows in bags, with TAGS on them, and RECEIPT. It was 31 days today-and the manager at the store said I could receive nothing, &quot;no refund, no gift card, nothing&quot;. These are SEASONAL items-purchased from the SEASONAL section of store. I have been a regular customer at Kmart on Clearlake Avenue, Springfield, Illinois for over 40 years. I asked the Manager to call the Corporate Office-while I was there. He did, and we were transferred 3 times-to people that could barely speak English. He nor I could understand them. I was at the store for 40 minutes. I left with the 'seasonal pillows', and no refund, and nowhere to use or put these pillows. As they did not match, and I have already purchased others that do. If I had purchased these pillows at any other store in Springfield-I'm certain this would not have happened. I was less than 24 hours of Kmart's deadline-according to 'store policy', and I felt humiliated. If I do not get my money back, I will not ever enter another Kmart store again.