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# 77447 16-Feb-2011 18:02
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I am in the Manawatu, What location should I put for Noel Leeming online orders?:

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  # 440432 16-Feb-2011 20:00
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I'd go with that one. Closest.

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  # 440595 17-Feb-2011 10:28
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It's silly when sites do that! I even have some NZ-purchased software that asks (requires) you to select your country upon installation, with no option for NZ.


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  # 440769 17-Feb-2011 15:30
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Behodar: It's silly when sites do that! I even have some NZ-purchased software that asks (requires) you to select your country upon installation, with no option for NZ.


They are basically using generic shopping cart software, where they haven't customised it enough

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  # 440808 17-Feb-2011 17:16
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am i a newb or it that website actually bond and bond and not noel leeming?

gz ftw

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  # 440944 17-Feb-2011 23:05
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Yup - that'll be Bond & Bond's site... but as they're the same company, I guess it's okay.
Either way, I hate it when companies do that, especially when they won't ship to your specific location.

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  # 440946 17-Feb-2011 23:09
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Dunnersfeller: my bad, it actually is the Bond and Bond website, but they are both pretty much the same company, and the online stores are so similar I must have got confused :D

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