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    • By MSE Jenny 5th Aug 08, 1:37 PM
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    MONEY MORAL DILEMMA. Should Kate return a sale frock with a full price receipt?
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    • 5th Aug 08, 1:37 PM
    MONEY MORAL DILEMMA. Should Kate return a sale frock with a full price receipt? 5th Aug 08 at 1:37 PM
    Here's this week's hypothetical situation for you to cogitate on:

    Should Kate return a sale frock with a full price receipt?

    Kate buys a new £50 party dress for a party at her boyfriend Will’s country house. She wears it, has a good time and spills some champagne down it. A week later, she’s back in the shop and (quelle horreur!) the same frock’s on the sale rail, reduced to just £25. Then it strikes her the receipt’s still in her handbag. Should Kate buy the dress again in the sale and return the new (unworn) one with the full-price receipt, to sneakily get £25 back? (It’s within the store’s 14 day return period).


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    Last edited by MSE Jenny; 06-08-2008 at 3:34 PM.
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