Lot Of Cbi Theater Ww2 Letters, 2 Newspapers, 3 Photos, Aaf Officer
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Lot Of Cbi Theater Ww2 Letters, 2 Newspapers, 3 Photos, Aaf Officer:
ATTENTION: PLEASE READ THIS updated payment policy as of Nov. 2012: payment is expected within 2 weeks, if there is no payment or communication after 4 weeks, a dispute will automatically be opened on . If you have a LEGITIMATE excuse & need more time, let me know & I will be happy to work with you. All non-paying buyers will be reported, as well as blocked from offerding. I'm forced to adopt this new policy after several people have won items and not paid for them, costing me time & money.
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