Fake suites warning

May 2002
Cabinet Maker;5/3/2002, Issue 5285, p4
Trade Publication
Warns furniture retailers on the offer of cheap upholstery by Irish men in Great Britain. Attempts of the men to sell the suites to pensioners; Fake regulation labels of the upholstery; Account of a pensioner on the aggressive strategy of the men.


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