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Remember back in March when NBC
exposed major retailers for selling used and dirty underwear?
Since their experiment, they went back to see if they have changed their practice and luckily, they have!
After finding their study did some good
The Today Show decided to dig deeper and test some other stores, which included Walmart, Target, JCPenney and Marshalls.
Of the four new stores tested only Walmart and Marshalls were caught reselling used undies after they were returned without tags.
What's worse is that when a producer bought the same "used" suit back and asked an employee about their return policy she said they don't take back tagless garments because it's "unhealthy".
Oops! Sounds like whoever took them back needs to brush up on their return policies, that is if they aren't fired first!
The morning says they plan to test them retailers again in the future to see if they changed their ways.
Moral of the story: wash your new clothes!
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