So I went to town today to get some e-cig refills since my first one ran out
It lasted me a month and was only a fiver so I much prefer them to real cigarettes.
I got off the bus and went to the store to get refills where I heard it was 3 for £10. Once I got in they said no it's 2 for £10, but since they last so long I thought it was okay. I then went through town a bit and found another shop, owned by the same guy who originally sold me the 2 refills, except here it was 3 for £10 and a friend was looking after this shop.
So I went back to the original shop (where there was a sign saying no refunds) and told them my e-cig was broken, but I'd come back and buy a new one with them, but for now can I return these refills while they're useless and they said yes ^_^ I then walked to the others store (where the boss followed me -_-) and bought 3 e-cig refills. The owner went sick at me, saying he was going to call the police and the mall/town security guards came on accusation that I stole from them, only to walk off laughing once they'd heard the story.
So who is in the wrong here? Me for lying because the sign said no refunds or the owner for ripping his clients off?