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Old 19-04-2019, 13:43   #16
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Re: Documentation

You could have handled the documentation yourself and saved a bunch of money. Nothing wrong with most Doc services and there are instances where it is a good idea to use one, but most of the time, not.
Doc services do not get a free pass to the front of the line, so they can't get it to you any faster than you can get it yourself.
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