Bought Target bed sheets? You can get money

Don't Waste Your Money
Posted at 3:08 PM, Aug 22, 2016

Many families buy bed sheets at Target, especially during back to school season.

Target is known for trendy products at low prices. But the popular retailer is in trouble for selling knockoff Egyptian cotton sheets.

Refunds Available to Shoppers

Target is offering millions in dollars in refunds to shoppers.

The sheets, manufactured by Welspun India, claimed to be real Egyptian cotton, but in reality was just cheap basic cotton,according to a report in Business Insider.  However, they were priced at premium levels.

Target, which was unaware of the labeling error, sold them until recently. It recently pulled the sheets from the store.

What You Can Do
If you purchased Egyptian cotton bed sheets from Target between August 2014 and July 2016, you are entitled to a refund, and best of all you don't have to return the sheets.

Go to theContact Us page on Target's website, and scroll down the topics until you see Egyptian Cotton Sheets.

Use the web form to apply for your money back, so you don't waste your money


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