As I was told we couldn't say:
1) Money isn't returned to here.
2) Money isn't returned towards here.
3) Money isn't returned within here.
We can only say:
Money isn't returned here
And it's a total confusion...
1) If you go to the casino, spend your money and start complaning, people will say:
"Money is not returned here"
It's like "within here".
2) If you will win some money and go away people will say:
Money that is won here and taken away is money which is not returned here"
It's like like "towards here", "to here", "in the direction of here".
In different words: to return something here you should be here yourself, you should be within here, on this very territory to return something here.
If you're not within this territory, you're not within here, then you return something to\towards here.
No? How should I distinguish them then if it's always just "here"