Ok. I take public transportation, 3 buses to get to the grocery store and 3 to get back home. Well I went shopping last Monday and bought a package of cheese among other things. Today I opened the cheese...and there are HOLES all in it, clear through each slice.
I am understandable upset, they sold me damaged goods. I'm not going to sue or anything (I think our society is overly litigious) but it cost me $12 to get there and it will cost the same to exchange the item. Do you think they will reimburse me for my transportation costs?
Asked by Anonymous at 12:12 PM on Feb. 22, 2010 in Just for Fun
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Answer by alexis_06 at 12:19 PM on Feb. 22, 2010
Nope, the store is not responsible for your transportation costs. I would call the store and talk to the manager, and tell him./her about the cheese being damaged. Usually in cases like this they will make good on it-- either with free replacement, refund the cost of the item, store credit, store gift card....The few times I have had problems with an item the store manager has always been very helpful and either replaced the item or gave me my $$ back.
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