PHOTO: Frum customer returns clothing order along with note and $10 bill

It’s not every day that online shops get these type of returns.

Luibelle Children’s Boutique, a popular online shop, told TLS they were taken aback today when they opened a return shipment and found a $10 bill attached to the paper.

The note read, “I thought something would work but they don’t. I want to pay for the shipping. Thank you.”

Despite receiving a free return label along with a shipment, the Frum customer insisted on compensating the company.

“It’s very clear in every shipment that returns are free – they get a return label in the box,” a company representative told TLS.

“It’s refreshing to see such integrity,” the representative added.

The company intends to hang up this note on a wall at the returns department.



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  1. Wow what a special story couldn’t of happened to a better company!!! I’m a buyer from them for the last little while since they opened and they are a pleasure to deal with and always have the time of day for there customers!!!!! #luibelle

  2. What a Kiddush Hashem!!!

    I love shopping online and this company is the greatest to deal with.
    Couldn’t of happened to nicer people.

  3. According to this article this is an online store. My question is , how does the owner or mngmnt of this store know that this 10 dollars is from s frum person. Or for that matter a Jewish person? Did he sign off * a pushite Yid*? Or some other hint?

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