BBB’s advice for handling electronic receipts
Whether you’re buying a new toaster or a new pair of shoes, it’s a good idea to keep a receipt in case you need to return or exchange your items. Instead of paper receipts, many retailers now offer to email a receipt to you. You can even keep them organized by using one of many smartphone apps. E-receipts are becoming more popular, but Better Business Bureau (BBB) serving Central, Coastal, Southwest Texas and the Permian Basin advises shoppers of the problems that could arise from giving your email address to retailers.