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Customer rights a wrong in 1920 and other historical tidbits

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Posted: Friday, May 15, 2015 11:31 pm

Conscience got the better or a troubled customer of Friedberger & Kaiser’s general merchandise store.

The Nov. 9, 1920, Lodi Sentinel reported that the business received an anonymous typewritten letter with a $1 bill enclosed. The letter writer apparently had brooded for years over a dishonest transaction with the store and finally came clean.

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