Who replaced my big screen TV with slab of wood? | News
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Last weekend Mike Miller decided to take advantage of a sale and purchased a big screen TV.
"It was wrapped inside this plastic," said Miller.
It was not what Miller expected.
"I was extremely disappointed," said Miller, "we closed the box back and took it directly to the store."
Miller claimed when he opened the box of his 55 in Samsung, he discovered a sheet of plywood neatly cut and fitted between the styrofoam, instead of a flat screen TV.
"I called the police and they said it is a financial matter and I would have to sue the store, if anything," he said.
Miller made his purchase at one of H&H Gregg Southside store, a reputable retailer, paid a total of $1200.
He maintains that he did not place the wood in the box.