Woman returns dead Christmas tree to Costco in January

Woman returns ‘dead Christmas tree to Costco in Jan. for full refund

He described the woman as "totally nonchalant" as she waited in line to return her Christmas tree on Jan 4. Whether she really needed the money or because of some other reason, scroll down to read how the customer tried to abuse Costco's refund policy and let us know what you think about it in the comments.

An aghast Costco customer recounted the tale of another customer who he said returned her "dead" Christmas tree to the store for a full refund.

It is not sure whether the original post was deleted by the user.

A woman (right) shamelessly walked into a Los Angeles Costco last week to demand a refund for her "dead" Christmas tree.

"I can't make this stuff up, ' he posted".

'She did get a refund - not happily though. She even let him take her picture, which he posted with a red "X" over her face.

'But I don't think it fazed her because she had no conscience, ' the man wrote on Facebook. 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.

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

Another wrote: "Sister works for Costco, can confirm".

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