The Lad was on an outing in Las Vegas.
A friend of his had taken a trip to the strip, and while he was there, he took the opportunity to grab a few goodrx earrings.
He was impressed by the rings, and he decided to give them a try.
They were really great quality, but the gold had a little bit too much of it.
It’s not too big, but if you are really into gold, the jewelry could use a little more of it, so he bought the gold pendant necklaces instead.
“I had a feeling they were pretty cool,” he said.
“The jewelry is very comfortable.
I’m not big into gold.
I had a really good time and I was very happy with it.”
That’s when things took a turn for the worse.
The earrings went to his mom, who immediately threw them away.
“My mom is so upset,” she said.
The jewelry had been so good, but he couldn’t bring himself to bring it back.
So, he decided not to take the earrings back.
“There’s just too much good stuff,” he told The Lad.
They’re a little expensive, but they’re good.”
So, instead of spending a little extra money on them, he threw them all away.
The necklace and earrings were returned, and the earring and earring necklace were sold on eBay.
So what happened?
The earring went to the jewelry store again.
This time, it was a $20 item, which was a lot less than what it cost to replace the earlings.
The gold pendants went to another jewelry store, which got them back for $30.
But that’s not the end of it: the ear ring, pendant, and necklacing were all sold on another jewelry site, which took them all to a third jewelry store for $60.
It wasn’t until a week later that The Lad received an email from the jewelry company asking if they could return the ear rings and pendants.
“It was a little frustrating, because we were really happy,” he says.
“But the jewelry business isn’t perfect.”
The Lad didn’t return the rings and earlances, and they were not returned to him.
But he did return the gold earrings, pendants, and necklace to his mother.
The next day, he got an email saying that the jewelry was in a bag in his car, and that it was being processed at the jewelry shop.
So he called the jewelry outlet, which told him that the ear jewelry and pendant were going back to a company in Florida.
The customer service representative said that they would refund the ear and pectoral jewelry and jewelry for the same price as the ear item, and give him a credit for the ear pendant.
The Lad thought that this might be a good idea, but there’s a catch.
If you buy a goodrx goodrx pendant or earring, the company that has it will send you a $30 gift card to a new company.
But if you buy the ear or pendant online, the gift card will only be worth $20.
The store is happy to refund the goodrx gift card, but only if you pay the full retail price.
But the Lad said that it wasn’t a good deal.
“That’s a total scam,” he complained to The Lad about the return and refund process.
“If I wanted a $10 gift card that I could redeem for an earring or necklace, I would have gotten one before the $60.”
So he decided that he would have to give the earpendants and pendulons to the company in exchange for the $30 in gift cards.
But when he got to the store, they said they couldn’t do it.
“We’re a retail store, and we’re not a jewelry store,” he wrote to The Advertiser.
“A $10 Gift Card for the Earring and Pendant is a scam.”
The company he was talking to told him it was the fault of the store manager.
“He said it was because the store was not authorized to return the items,” The Lad told The Ad, adding that the gift cards weren’t returned to his account at all.
The Ad contacted the company and was told that they weren’t authorized to process the credit card.
“Their representative was very apologetic for the situation,” he added.
“This is a situation where I feel like a customer.
I have the utmost respect for the jewelry industry and it’s a very serious situation.”
When asked about the refund, The Lad said the company didn’t refund him.
“You can call me back if you want, but I’ll definitely not be returning the jewelry,” he stated.
The situation hasn’t gone away, and The Lad is still trying to figure out how he can get his money