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August 24, 2011

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Deborah Eberhardt

Please amend my comment, they agreed to a refund to allow me to purchase some items online that I needed. I was grateful.
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Deborah Eberhardt

Yes, that is true, also and I agree. Yet, they also have faulty advertising with boilerplate language that you only find out what you have agreed to on the voucher and not before. So, it is really a contract you have agreed to that you did not know the terms or conditions until after you read the legalese on the voucher, which then is worthless.

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