no questions asked


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no questions asked

An expression indicating that one will not be questioned or hassled about something, typically as an incentive for sharing some information or doing something that otherwise may be the subject of suspicion, further inquiry, or punishment. Whoever stole the mascot costume has one day to return it, no questions asked. Otherwise we'll be forced to report it. The police station has a drop-box where you can drop off any kind of drugs, no questions asked. It's amazing to me how many stores let you return an item with no questions asked, regardless of whether you have a receipt.
See also: ask, no, question

no questions asked

no inquiries [to be] made to find out who did something. Fines at the library will be suspended, no questions asked, for all late books returned during the first week of July.
See also: ask, no, question

no questions asked

without any enquiries being made, especially ones thought likely to produce incriminating or embarrassing results. informal
See also: ask, no, question