I don't know for a fact the guy was let go. My husband went in and was really angry and annoyed, so I'm not sure if whoever he spoke to was just giving him a line. Same thing for if he has done it to other people. I don't know for a fact it wasn't a scam, though it sure smells like it. What I do know is CVS telling me "Oh well, it was a pin transaction and based on a prescription yadda yadda yadda bullshit" which equalled out to "we can't give the money back". Then we go to our bank and say, "Ok, can you just fight this charge for us, please? And reverse the overdrafts?" The bank says no. It was a pin transaction and the manager can't do anything.
So. CVS makes a mistake, costs us an extra $100 we don't have and no one knows how we get it back.
Does anyone work for CVS? Are they bullshitting? Any idea of what else I can do?
ETA: He went in to the store that did it, and he also called CVS' 1-800 number. Both people said there was nothing they could do.
ETA2: As was posted in the comments, http://voices.yahoo.com/was-card-charge