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Costco Christmas Tree Successfully Returned Because It Died

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A woman returned her Christmas tree to Costco on Jan. 4 "because it is dead." (Bizoon/Dreamstime.com)

By    |   Thursday, 11 January 2018 03:22 PM

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

“I can’t make this stuff up,” Facebook user Scott Bentley posted, ABC 7 reported. “Woman in line at Costco, totally nonchalant, to return her Christmas tree ‘because it is dead’ on January 4.”

The woman had “no conscience” even though she was “shamed to a small degree” by Costco employees, Bentley wrote, Fox 61 reported. She even let him take her picture, which he posted with a red “X” over her face.

“If I didn’t see it, I wouldn’t believe that someone had so little moral values or lack of conscience,” Bentley said, Fox 61 reported. “Heartbreaking to think she may have needed that money so much, she lost all self respect and dignity for it.”

Costco has a liberal return policy and allows just about anything to be returned at any time, though electronics and appliances have a 90-day limit.

A Reddit post by Costco employees discussed some of the more egregious items that were returned to stores, including 13-year-old fish, an empty wine bottle, and photo prints.

Twitter shared Bentley’s outrage over the incident.

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Costco accepted a return on a woman's Christmas tree 10 days after Christmas because it had died, a Facebook user behind her in line posted.
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