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Nicole Dieker

Advice: don’t buy anything perishable — goods may be damaged, disgusting, nearly out of date if they aren’t all ready. Be ready to raise holy h**l if anything arrives damaged — it will be replaced — takes some doing, but keep on persisting until you get a refund and/or replacement (I had to do this for a tin of tea that arrived crushed and open). Do know the categories where you have the regulars, the dependable things that you use day in and day out — and sometimes, just sometimes, you can find a deal. As you pointed out, you have to be very thoughtful — and maybe it’s more trouble than it’s worth….

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