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am very pleased with my purchase of a personal alarm. It arrived promptly, in suitable packaging. I also had helpful advice from the sales team when ordering.
I would recommend their sales team and will be safer for carrying my alarm when necessary. An item that I hope not to need to use.
Regards,

am very pleased with my purchase of a personal alarm. It arrived promptly, in suitable packaging. I also had helpful advice from the sales team when ordering.
I would recommend their sales team and will be safer for carrying my alarm when necessary. An item that I hope not to need to use.
Regards,

M Osborne

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