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Old Posted: 12-02-2007 , 11:56 PM #1
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Hi am i allowed to offer to pay p&p As it is too far, but item is small??
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Old Posted: 13-02-2007 , 12:02 AM #2
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Hi am i allowed to offer to pay p&p As it is too far, but item is small??

Hi ace,

Offering to pay p&p is perfectly okay.

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Old Posted: 13-02-2007 , 10:34 AM #3
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Offering to pay p&p is perfectly okay.

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Hi Thanks for getting back to me.
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Old Posted: 24-03-2007 , 09:13 AM #4
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awwwww
and I was so looking forward to the dogs been unleashed!!!
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Old Posted: 13-07-2007 , 12:49 AM #5
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There is a way of looking on the An Post website and calculating what a package/parcel will cost, that may help you.

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