Woman returns dead Christmas tree to Costco, gets full refund

Woman returns dead Christmas tree to Costco, gets full refund

Woman returns dead Christmas tree to Costco, gets full refund

A woman successfully returned her Christmas tree to Costco on January 4 because it had died, according to a Facebook post that has since been removed.

The post said that the woman did get a refund but after the store checked and verified that the tree was purchased on her account.

In case you were wondering: yes, it is possible to return dead Christmas tree to Costco post-Christmas, assuming you have the receipt and a bit of luck.

He said she was "shamed to a small degree", but wrote, "I don't think it fazed her because she has no conscience".

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And even though Yule fur trees are pretty much dead once you chop them down a month or so before Christmas, she got her refund, according to another customer.

The woman was slammed on social media by users branding her "cheap" and "brazen".

It may be January, but some people are still in the process of returning those unwanted Christmas items back to stores. The only items that have complicated or restricted return policies are electronics, diamonds, cigarettes and alcohol, products with a specific life expectancy, such as tires and batteries, and custom-made products manufactured to the customer's personal and unique specifications. People do this all the time.

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).

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