Be aware that when a toy,for example,' APuppy in my Pocket House' states excellent condition, that doesn't mean that it is complete. I fell for that when i bought the above toy and the seller has stated excellent condition,but when she sent it in the original box(not shown on the listing) i realised that some of the fitments were missing, ie part of the roof etc. I complained, but was told by the seller that as she hadn't said it wasn't complete in the first place i couldn't have a refund. There is a big difference in the term ' In good condition' and 'complete'. Make sure you ask if an item is complete before you bid.
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29 July 2006
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