We have all been there before, when you bought something from an online store and it turns up on your doorstep in a completely different form, but we don’t usually see it happening in stores like Walmart.

However when one woman from Michigan opened her brand new iPad from this store she instead found a pile of paper pads. After she found the pads she, of course, returned to the store to return the product, but was left with a manager who said her story was “not credible.”

But the Michigan mum was not the only victim of this scam as another woman from a neighbouring town also bought a new iPad from Walmart only to find a set of legal pads.

But does this mean it wasn’t a scam or is it just two people trying to earn a free iPad, check out the video below and let us know what you think in the comments below.

Customers say they got notepads, not iPads: MyFoxDETROIT.com

Via [The Consumerist]

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