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Re: CAT: growers that don't ship or respond

From: StorYlade@aol.com

In a message dated 1/21/1999 8:00:01 AM Central Standard Time,
ruth@sonetcom.com writes:

<< There may be other new persons who
 do not know and have wondered about an order.

When a nursery (or any business) can't fill an order for any reason, they
should return money paid.  Regardless.  

I once belonged to a fitness place where the owner ran a big sale on
memberships, closed the facility, and absconded with the proceeds.  It led to
a class action suit. 

Betty from Bowling Green

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