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I AM SO SORRY TO HAVE DOUBTED YOUR SERVICE. I RECEIVED A NOTICE FROM THE POST OFFICE ON FRIDAY 11/4, THAT A REG. MAIL FROM YOU WAS THERE. I WILL BE RECEIVING THE PACKAGE TODAY. THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR ALL YOUR ASSISTANCE AND AGAIN I APOLOGIZE FOR NOT HAVING ...
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