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Agreed. I work in a pharmacy and one of the trucks that delivers medication to a different store lost some of the medication because the driver didn't properly close the door. A person later walked in with a box full of narcotics that he found on the road and gave them to us, the seals on each bottle were intact to. So we later had it delivered to the correct pharmacy.
You'd better send it back. If it was just a game or something with small value then you'd probably get away with it. But seeing that this is item in particular is all about stock number they'll most likely catch it, and they will be in the right even if it is, like someone said, six months later.
i havent even opened the package. and if i'm selling it, It needs be sold in its entirety, codes and all. to the guy who said i should call Amazon, not happening. they can contact me for it if the want it. otherwise, im lettin this thing sit in my closet till the end of the month. then I'm selling this thing.
You need to return it! If and when they figure it out then this is, essentially, fraud...which, if im not mistaken, is a felony! Dont risk it for a couple hundred bucks....just return it!
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we ordered a $100 rocking horse thing for my son when he was little, but cancelled the order like the next day....but just like you, about a week later rocking horse showed up at our house and our bank account showed they refunded our money and never charged us for it.
2 years later and they never charged us, or inquired about it. That was not as big of a store as toys r us tho, so it really just depends on if they catch the error or not.
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