Man irate after Costco lets woman return dead Christmas tree in January

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

The New York Post reports the California woman dragged her used tree into a Santa Ana Costco on january 4 and asked for a refund 10 days after Christmas.

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

Christmas is over so it's time to take down your Christmas tree... or return it to the shop that sold it to you?

"I can't make this stuff up", Scott Bentley wrote.

A woman (right) shamelessly walked into a Los Angeles Costco last week to demand a refund for her "dead" Christmas tree. It was questioned, verified purchase on her account and she was shamed to a small degree...

People on social media agreed with Bentley, calling the woman "cheap" and "disappointing".

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

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

"We will cancel and refund your membership fee in full at any time if you are dissatisfied", says Costco's return policy on membership.

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