While many of us were trying to figure out where to discard our Christmas trees, one California woman chose to return hers. He described the woman as "totally nonchalant" as she waited in line to return her Christmas tree on Jan 4. "The refund attempt riled up people online who couldn't believe someone would try to return their Christmas tree well into the new year", according to the article. 4, more than a week after Christmas, but she still made sure to get her money back for the now-deceased greenery.
"I can't make this stuff up", Bentley's post began.
"She did get a refund - not happily though". It was questioned, verified purchase on her account and she was shamed to a small degree... She even let him take her picture, which he posted with a red "X" over her face.
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'But I don't think it fazed her because she had no conscience, ' the man wrote 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. People do this all the time.