GROWN MAN DESTROYES GAMESTOP OVER FALLOUT 76!

GROWN MAN DESTROYES GAMESTOP OVER FALLOUT 76!


how’s it going everyone I’m your host
Sean with gamer news and today’s story is one that will shock you
a grown man actually destroys a bunch of displays in Game Stop all because they
refused to give him a refund for fallout 76 this video has been going viral on
Facebook and Twitter earlier today in the video I’m about to show you, you can
hear the employee explain to the man that he can’t give him a full refund but
he can give him trade in credit. The customer then proceeds to trash the
place. People are truly amazing sometimes… that’s just the policy like it won’t even
come back as you returning a new game when I scan your receipt you’ll see its automatically gonna give you trade credit Fallout 76 might not be what everyone
expected but do you think trashing a Gamestop because you can’t get a cash
refund is justified let me know in the comments below if you like video games
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9 thoughts on “GROWN MAN DESTROYES GAMESTOP OVER FALLOUT 76!

  1. Awh c'mon man. I get he's angry at gamestop, its where he bought it, his point of interaction. But this is about as unfair as blaming tech support personnel for company policies. They don't make them, they don't enforce them, they might even strongly disagree with them. But its out of their control – they just work there.

  2. Gamestop should start giving full refunds on opened new games that are regular editions and not take them for trade-ins anymore if trying to get a refund for the game within 30 days. They should do the same thing for regular editions of systems that don't come in bundles that have been opened. Anything else can be brought in for a trade-in like the game from a collector's edition or something. Only thing Gamestop should do is make sure they tell customers to keep their receipt or keep track of what their customers purchase with their power up rewards program. Also don't accept credit cards anymore and only accept cash, debit, or trade-in credit as a form of payment. Very complicated business.

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