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English, 12.11.2019 08:31, mandilynn22

Did you ever purchase something and think “how did this product get made with such a huge flaw? ” or “how did no one see that such an important part was missing? ” how did you react to the quality of the product or the missing pieces? what could the manufacturer have done differently that might have made a difference in your opinion of the product?

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