No, I'm not hung up on it, but outside the credit card dispute window you really don't have much leverage beyond taking them to court, and even there good luck getting your money if they go under. Just saying they did do you a favor in the sense they were willing to work with you and take the bike back. I've seen much worse horror stories from companies in normal times. Once they have your money and you have no leverage you are f-ed. Even "good" companies will f you over beyond the return period. I have a pixel 6 pro from google that is garbage, absolutely hate it, and they refuse to take a return because I missed the return window because could never get a hold of their return department as their CS lines were flooded for a month after release (like I'd be ~77th in line every time I called, not exaggerating, waiting hours, only to get disconnected by call drop). I gave up and thought I could return it as a gift over the holidays but google has this "gotcha" that you have to specify gift at time of purchase or it can't be returned as a gift. So yes, consider yourself fortunate that they took it back. At least give them that.You are hung up on them accepting a return as if it were a favor. I'd like to point out they have to give me my money back for this to even be remotely accurate. As of right now accepting the return and keeping the money is akin to something else.