Woman returned Christmas tree for refund in January because it was 'dead'

Ivan Schwartz
January 12, 2018

A woman in California returned a dead Christmas tree to Costco on January 4, according to a customer who snapped a photo of the exchange. On Jan 4., the woman reportedly took her tree to a Santa Clarita Costco asking for a refund because her tree died.

"I can't make this stuff up".

Surprisingly, the woman actually got her money back for the tree, according to Facebook post.

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.

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

"If I didn't see it, I wouldn't believe that someone had so little morel [sic] values or lack of conscience".

"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. She even let him take her picture, which he posted with a red "X" over her face.

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

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