T.J. Maxx

How to Return a Gift to T. J. Maxx

Gift Returns

Our customers continue to be our top priority. If you’re not satisfied with your purchase, return the merchandise accompanied by a register receipt within 30 days of purchase, for an exchange or refund. A 10 day period is required for a cash refund on check purchases. Returns with receipts over 30 days or without a receipt will receive store credit only. Gift receipts are valid for store credit or exchange of merchandise only.

Merchandise that is used or worn will not be accepted for refund or exchange. Returns of swimwear and intimate apparel require tickets properly attached to the merchandise. Jewelry returns must be made at the jewelry counter, and must be made only at stores that carry jewelry. Other restrictions may apply.

Unfortunately, many retailers are subject to fraudulent return activity. Returns may also be limited or declined based upon our refund verification systems, which are used to process and track returns to help administer our loss prevention program.

Valid ID (drivers license, military ID, state issued photo ID card), name, address and signature are required for returns without a valid receipt or gift receipt. Customer signature may be required for returns (receipted and unreceipted). To learn about how we use and handle your information, please see our Privacy Notice.

To make your returns quicker and easier please keep your receipt.

Customers Are Our Top Priority

TJ Maxx’s reputation has been built on offering our customers an ever changing selection of brand name family apparel and home fashions at great values every day. Our customers have always been and continue to be our top priority and the quality of product we sell to them is important to us.

Product Quality

At TJ Maxx, our values extend to the longstanding relationships we build with our vendors. The vast majority of our merchandise is comprised of name brand goods purchased from name brand vendors. Our vendors warrant to our Company that their goods have been manufactured and shipped in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations, and industry standards, including human rights standards.

If merchandise is found to be inconsistent with safety standards, we take appropriate steps and will remove the product in question from sale if necessary. In the case of product recalls conducted in cooperation with governmental agencies, we work closely with our vendors and/or the appropriate agencies to ensure the required recall information is available to our customers. We have solid practices in place which include instructing our stores to quickly pull recalled product off our shelves nationally and posting in-store signage to inform customers of actions they may take. Our customers may always contact Customer Service at 1-800-926-MAXX(6299) for additional information.

Product Recalls

The recall information provided below here is based on manufacturers’ and regulatory news releases that involve product sold in our stores. While we make every effort to keep this information complete and up to date, we also encourage you to view the recalls and product safety news available at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission at www.cpsc.gov. The information includes the product(s) involved and the steps our customers may take if they purchased the recalled item(s).

Simon & Schuster Recalls Monday the Bullfrog Plush Book December 9, 2009
Maclaren USA Recalls All Strollers November 9, 2009
Roller Shades Recalled by Lutron Shading Solutions August 26, 2009
Little Tikes Recalls Children’s Toy Workshop Sets and Trucks August 13, 2009
Copco Harmony Tea Kettles Recalled by Wilton Industries July 9, 2009
Children’s Hooded Sweatshirts with Drawstrings Recalled by Rusty North America March 25, 2009
Children’s Hooded Sweatshirts Recalled by MM Compound March 25, 2009
La Jolla Sport Recalls O’Neill Children’s Hooded Sweatshirts with Drawstrings March 25, 2009
Infantino Recalls Infant Toys March 11, 2009
Harry and David Recalls Olympia Delight Trail Mix January 29, 2009
Children’s Hooded Jackets with Drawstrings Recalled by Ms. Bubbles Inc. January 6, 2009
Stroller Activity Bars Recalled by International Playthings August 26, 2008
Children’s Hooded Sweatshirts with Drawstrings Recalled by Raw Blue August 6, 2008
Children’s Jewelry and Suncatchers Recalled by QuinCrafts May 29, 2008
Kids Station Toys Recalls Little Tikes Toy Cell Phones May 28, 2008
Girls’ Hooded Jackets with Drawstrings Recalled by Maran Inc. May 15, 2008
Boys’ Hooded Sweatshirts with Drawstrings Recalled By Scope Apparel December 6, 2007
Graco On-The-Go Attachable Pals Recalled by H.I.S. Juveniles November 26, 2007
Additional Thomas & Friends Wooden Railway Toys Recalled by RC2 Corp. September 26, 2007
Priddy “Trucks” Shaker Teether Books Recalled by St. Martin’s Press August 23, 2007
Children’s Metal Jewelry Recalled by TOBY N.Y.C. August 22, 2007
Thomas and Friends, Curious George and Other Spinning Tops and Tin Pails Recalled By Schylling Associates August 22, 2007
Polly Pocket Magnetic Play Sets Recalled by Mattel August 14, 2007
Licensed Character Toys Recalled by Fisher-Price August 2, 2007
Children’s Toy Castles Recalled by Infantino July 3, 2007
Thomas & Friends Wooden Railway Toys Recalled by RC2 Corp. June 13, 2007
This Product Info/Recall page is as of December 23, 2009.