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These Three Customers Were Missing Something Big: Scruples

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These Three Customers Were Missing Something Big: Scruples

A customer came in and bought an engagement ring for his new girlfriend, and the next day, his wife came in looking for new wedding bands because they were renewing their vows.

A woman wanted me to sell the same $30,000 diamond necklace to her husband and her boyfriend, telling each that it needed to be shortened two inches and to let her come back and pick it up. Then I was to give her the extra $30,000 along with the necklace.

We had a customer come in to return a bracelet after owning it for seven years. (She claimed she had never worn it.)

Provided anonymously to INSTORE’s 2016 Big Survey.

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