HalloweenExpress Reviews & Complaints

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Published: 05 January 2020

Posted by: AndriaLL

I bought a package of “witch leg warmers”, in a sealed bag, with a description of “one size fits all”. They were $17.99 plus tax. When I got home I took them out to find out they were actually fingerless gloves. I took them back to the store with the now opened packaging, the store manager told me he could not give me a refund or even store credit on anything for the legs which had been opened. These were gloves, very obviously way too skinny for legs and did not stretch, but since the packaging said leg warmers, he refused to take them back. The receipt said “all sales final” and despite the fact that this is a labeling error on their part, they firmly stick to that.

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