California Woman Returns Christmas Tree For A Refund


So something to keep in mind for next year, if your Christmas tree is "dead" after being chopped down a month before, you may be able to get a refund.

However, one woman demanded a refund when she returned her dead Christmas tree to the store.

Bizarrely, the woman apparently managed to get her money back in full despite taking the battered fir back a full ten days after December 25.

"Heartbreaking to think she may have needed that money so much, she lost all self respect and dignity for it", Bentley wrote. But I don't think it fazed her because she has no conscience.

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"We will cancel and refund your membership fee in full at any time if you are dissatisfied", says Costco's return policy on membership.

Scott Bentley was so outraged the woman's chutzpah, he posted a photo he took of her along with his commentary on Facebook.

The warehouse club allows members to return nearly anything they've purchased at any time for a full refund (there is a 90-day limit on electronics).

The woman who received the refund for the old Christmas tree faced backlash from Facebook users.

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One person wrote: "People like this are miserable".

While another said: "Sister works for Costco, can confirm".

While the rest of us were debating where to abandon our trees, one woman made a decision to take hers back for a refund.

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