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SIGG Issues Customer $50,000 Gift Card For Two Returned Water Bottles

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siggWe know there are a lot of people out there angry with SIGG over their admission that some older bottles they produced contain BPA in the liners — but would a $50,000 gift card make you feel better?

Such is the windfall that one customer received after returning two of her tainted bottles in return for a gift card. According to Consumerist, a woman named Karen “received her gift certificate to buy two new ones for a total of $46.98. But something went horribly wrong, and now she has a store credit for just under $50,000.” Said the woman who sent in the tale, “She is still deciding what to do, but swears that she really isn’t going to buy $1,000 worth of Sigg bottles……..but I have a feeling that I know what everyone is going to get from her for Christmas.”

Obviously, she knows what the right thing to do is — buy $1,000 worth of Klean Kanteens. <grin>

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