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6. We pride ourself on making sure our customers receive our product and get what they have paid for. For any reason the shipment has been lost then we will resend at no extra charge.
7. We are looking for repeat custom and mutely beneficial business arrangements, we value our customers and will try to do anything we can to accommodate your specific needs.
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