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    nickmymind1
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    Every customer has the right to adequate information about the product or service they are purchasing based on quality, purity, potency, production date, method of use and standard. Brands are not allowed to provide misleading information through advertising, labeling and packaging to enable consumers to make informed product or service choices.

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    jordibennedict
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    Howdy! For many years, PissedConsumer.com has provided an opportunity for its visitors to submit their opinions about various companies. Each review that users leave is carefully checked and published both on the company’s website and on social networks such as Twitter. Therefore, if you are in doubt about whether it is worth buying a product or ordering a service from a particular company, I advise you to visit the PissedConsumer page and read what users write about the seller.

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