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13 Weirdest Things People Have Ever Tried to Return

Reader's Digest Logo By Marissa Laliberte of Reader's Digest | Slide 1 of 13: 'A parking lot management company ordered 500 of our Safety Cone Stress Balls (approx. 3.25' tall) thinking they were REAL safety cones. Needless to say, when the order arrived, they definitely couldn’t put those out on the street and expect to keep anyone safe. The company was livid, demanding to get their money back. I guess our cute little stress toys weren’t doing their job and keeping them stress-free. Quality Logo Products later accepted this return because clearly there was a huge misunderstanding. It was way easier to bite the bullet than be possibly ambushed by Safety Cone Stress Balls outside of our office!' —Bret Bonnet, co-founder and president of Quality Logo Products

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'A parking lot management company ordered 500 of our Safety Cone Stress Balls (approx. 3.25' tall) thinking they were REAL safety cones. Needless to say, when the order arrived, they definitely couldn’t put those out on the street and expect to keep anyone safe. The company was livid, demanding to get their money back. I guess our cute little stress toys weren’t doing their job and keeping them stress-free. Quality Logo Products later accepted this return because clearly there was a huge misunderstanding. It was way easier to bite the bullet than be possibly ambushed by Safety Cone Stress Balls outside of our office!' —Bret Bonnet, co-founder and president of Quality Logo Products
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