Costco Customer Returns 'Dead' Christmas Tree In January For Full Refund

Costco Customer Returns 'Dead' Christmas Tree In January For Full Refund

On the 4th of January, she demanded Costo a refund because her Christmas tree "is dead" and one eye-witness has documented the entire thing. And even though she was shamed by other customers in line, would you believe she actually did get her money back.

However, one woman in California caught a break when she tried to return her tree to a Costco in suburban Los Angeles.

The post has since been deleted, but a vestige of it survives on the Internet.

'I can't make this stuff up, ' he wrote.

'She did get a refund - not happily though. But I don't think it fazed her because she has no conscience.

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The man even took a photo of the woman and posted it on social media.

It may be January, but some people are still in the process of returning those unwanted Christmas items back to stores.

Costco is known for its generous returns policies - with basically any item able to be refunded at any time except electronics, which have a 90 day limit.

While many of us were trying to figure out where to discard our Christmas trees, one woman made a decision to return hers. "People like this are miserable".

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