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Context: I ordered something online and would like to return it as it is defective. The site has a 30 days return policy. 30 days will get over in a week and they have not arranged any pickup. Which one sounds more professional and appropriate?

30 days to return the product will get over soon.

30 day window to return the product will close in a week.

30 days to return the product are ending.

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    careful with uses like: get over. To get over something is an idiom. And isn't: to be over.
    – Lambie
    Sep 22 '18 at 19:07
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You should simply say

The 30 day return period will end soon

As @Lambie points out "get over" has a differnt meaning

30 days to return the product will be over soon.

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