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PostPosted: 22 Jan 10 17:23
Post subject: Super Amart
Organisation name: Super Amart
Issue type: Compliment

Wow what a wonderful service i have just recieved from this store,not only were they helpful but they seemed happy to be there.We just purchased shelving and other items from this store.we brought the items home to find out one was damaged,we rang them and they delivered a new one out to us,they gave us a time and they met it, and took the damaged one with no problems.Many thanks for a great service(rare from a large store).You have future customers in us and we will be telling everyone about your store eusa_clap.gif eusa_clap.gif eusa_clap.gif
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