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Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to hire a car?

To book your car, all you need is a credit or debit card. When you pick the car up, you’ll need:

  • Your Rentalcars.com voucher / eVoucher, to show that you’ve paid for the car.
  • The main driver’s credit / debit card, with enough available funds for the car’s security deposit.
  • Each driver’s full, valid driving licence, which they’ve held for at least 12 months (often 24).
  • Your passport and any other ID the car hire company needs to see.

Different car hire companies have different requirements, so please make sure you check the car’s terms and conditions as well. How old do I have to be to rent a car?

For most car hire companies, the age requirement is between 21 and 70 years old. If you’re under 25 or over 70, you might have to pay an additional fee. Can I book a hire car for someone else?

Yes, as long as they meet these requirements. Just fill in their details while you’re making the reservation. How do I find the cheapest car hire deal?

We work with all the major international car hire brands (and lots of smaller local companies) to bring you a huge choice of cars at the very best prices. That’s how we can find you cheap car hire deals at over 43000 locations worldwide. To compare prices and find your ideal car at an unbeatable price, just use our search form. What should I look for when I’m choosing a car?

  • Space: You’ll enjoy your rental far more if you choose a car with plenty of room for your passengers and luggage.
  • Fuel policy: Not planning on driving much? A Full to Full fuel policy can save you a lot of money.
  • Location: You can’t beat an ‘on-airport’ pick-up for convenience, but an ‘off-airport’ pick-up with a shuttle bus can be much cheaper.

Are all fees included in the rental price?

The vast majority of our rentals include Theft Protection, Collision Damage Waiver (CDW), local taxes, airport surcharges and any road fees. You’ll pay for any ‘extras’ when you pick your car up, along with any young driver, additional driver or one-way fees – but we’ll explain any additional costs before you book your car (and taking your own child seats or GPS can be an easy way to reduce your costs). For more details on what’s included, just check the Ts





24/12/2017

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Scoring the Cheapest Airline Flights, Guaranteed

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NEW YORK (MainStreet ) There is no worse feeling than coming to grips with the reality that you paid more for your middle seat coach ticket than anybody else on the plane. Even if it’s not true, you fear it is.

Nobody wants to be that guy and here’s the promise: read on to discover the tips that are proven to deliver well-priced airline seats.

Case in point: “Last March I got two non-stops on Hawaiian Air to Honolulu from JFK – for under $400 apiece,” said Andrew Young with what sounded like gloat in his voice. “That’s usually an $800 ticket.”

How did he do it? He’s an executive at deals site Travelzoo and, accordingly, he’s signed up for his employer’s alerts. “That’s a first rule: always sign up for alerts with the providers and carriers you want to do business with,” said Young.

He added: “Airlines have unadvertised fare sales. Pricing can change minute by minute. Prices may drop unannounced, especially in markets where there is competition.” And that, he said, is why you need to “always be checking, ABC.”

Another reason to ABC – there really are no dependable global rules for scoring the cheapest flights, said Patrick Surry, chief data scientist at Hopper, which is something of a big data project that aims to uncover the best travel deals. To that end, Hopper daily collects “around one billion priced round trips,” said Surry.

Hopper crunches that data and discerns patterns, one of which is that he debunks the standard advice to “never shop on [name the day] because it is more expensive.”

“The day you shop on makes very little or any difference in flight pricing,” said Surry.

“The key factors in ticket pricing are the day you fly on and the market.”

Most cheap ticket advice neglects the differences markets play and that is why rules like never fly on a Sunday or Wednesdays are cheapest – both commonly said – are not true, at least not universally.

“Pricing a Boston to London ticket by day – that’s a largely business traveler route – is very different from pricing a Spring Break ticket,” Surry elaborated.

New Orleans, for instance, is heavy on weekend vacationers, but midweek business travelers are scarce. A Houston not so much- it’s mainly business travelers without a lot of weekenders. After that it gets obvious. Flying to Houston on Monday will cost a packet, whereas flying to New Orleans on a Tuesday will be a bargain.

Bottomline: to get the best fares, monitor the alerts and also check and check again, at sites such as Hipmunk and Kayak which, said multiple frugal fliers, often produce the best deals.

But don’t check yourself into a higher priced ticket by dithering and delaying. Advance purchase has its rewards.

As for timing when it is best to buy a ticket – how far in advance – know that regional differences carry the day in travel site Kayak’s guide to the optimal time in advance to book and do not believe the pat blather (“always book six weeks in advance, not a day sooner or later”). Such advice is simply false, according to Kayak’s analysis of a year’s worth of data. Its findings as to when to book to score the cheapest seats:

  • Domestic: Book between 3-7 weeks out
  • Europe: 8-10 weeks out
  • Asia: 9-10 months out. If you miss this window, shoot for 3-4 months out
  • South America: 6 months out

    Another rule – probably the keystone concept – for flying on the cheap, from travel blogger Nomadic Matt aka Matt Kepnes: “Be flexible with your travel dates and times.”

    Never forget that and also never forget: Be flexible, too, about airports. Sometimes savings can be huge flying into Oakland rather than San Francisco International or Dulles rather than Reagan National.

    Whenever shopping for tickets, always click around, seeing what differences show up as dates and airports are toggled. Sometimes differences are negligible, other times 10% and greater differences show up.

    Make this even easier, suggested Ryan Hutchings, director of marketing at vacation home rental company TravelRoost, by using the Google Flights tool with a built-in flexible date slider. “Very cool for identifying the optimal time to book a flight and save money,” said Hutchings.

    Case in point: a roundtrip from Phoenix to Dublin, Ireland originating on March 16 costs around $1,100 – but Google quickly pointed out that flying a week later – that is, dodging the St. Patrick’s Day celebration crowds – would come in around $850.

    That’s commonsense, yes, but the beauty of the Google tool is how quickly it pinpoints the better, money saving day to fly.

    A last tip, from TravelZoo’s Young: Don’t take your eyes off the fees that may be associated with any ticket you by. His point: a terrific deal on a ticket can be ruined by an avalanche of what the carriers called “ancillary fees” and these are upcharges for everything from a seat that is not in the middle through checked bag fees. Most airlines have a long menu of fees but they vary from carrier to carrier – so before deciding that this ticket is the best deal, always add in any fees and do the same with competitors’ fares.

    Do all this and guess what: you will never again worry you have the highest price ticket on the plane. Because you don’t.

    –Written by Robert McGarvey for MainStreet





    22/12/2017

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    ^Package holidays with 15% off per booking is valid for departures from the UK when you make a new booking for a minimum of 3 nights on the easyJet holidays website before midnight on 01 December 2015 for travel up to the 4th September 2016. You must enter the promo code ORANGE15 when booking. Your voucher code can only be used once per booking and can’t be used on top of any other voucher offer. Holidays are provided by Hotelopia SLU trading as easyJet holidays. ATOL protected 10915. Other terms and conditions apply.

    Luton, Luton, Lutone from £29.99 – Flight price one way based on two people travelling on the same booking. Additional charges for credit card payment and baggage. 79,618 seats at £29.99 or under. Travel between 9th October 2015 and 26th June 2016. Availability and price correct as at 9th October 2015.

    Flight prices: One way per person, based on 2 people travelling on the same booking. Includes admin fee airport taxes. Additional charges for credit card payment and baggage.

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    Fly from London Gatwick from £29.99 – Flight price one way based on two people travelling on the same booking. Additional charges for credit card payment and baggage. 281,938 seats at £29.99 or under. Travel between 1st November 2015 and 04th September 2016. Availability and price correct as at 28th October 2015.





    09/09/2017

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    One of the best parts of traveling solo is having the freedom to choose your own adventure. Will you wake up early to catch the sunrise over the Serengeti? Will you taste durian or dragon fruit in Thailand? Will you try your hand at Spanish while interacting with a local shaman in Peru? It’s entirely up to you to explore how and where you want to—and with OAT, you’ll have a guide by your side, in the company of friends you didn’t know you had.

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    21/08/2017

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    Why choose HotelTravel.com?

    HotelTravel.com believes fantastic travel experiences should not be expensive. With our instant confirmation technology and global negotiating power, we consistently deliver more value and lower hotel rates than anyone else on the Internet.

    That’s why we are a leader in worldwide hotel bookings and a pioneer in online customer service, providing the inside track to the best deals and discounts.

    Why are HotelTravel.com rates so low?

    We offer rock-bottom rates at up to 75% off and match or beat any other price. How can we do it? Simply put, HotelTravel.com has access to the best rates and room selection available on the Internet. We have negotiated directly with hundreds of travel suppliers and thousands of hotels worldwide for more than 10 years, including many privately owned hotels or smaller chains you won’t find elsewhere. And we are also experts in securing the best rates available from the world’s leading travel suppliers and International Hotel Chains. This creative business mix combines room allocations from major travel partners and direct negotiated hotel contracts, making sure you’re spoiled for choice when selecting your hotel and rate.

    What happens if I make a reservation directly with the hotel?

    HotelTravel.com’s outstanding value-for-money rates are exclusively available through our service. If you make reservations direct with hotels you can expect to pay much higher rates than we offer for a comparable room type.

    When will my booking be confirmed?

    The majority of our hotels are booked with instant confirmation. Instant Confirmation bookings are rooms that are immediately available to you via HotelTravel.com’s advanced XML technology. Your room is confirmed immediately after you have submitted your booking.

    Are your hotel rates per room or per person?

    All our rates are based on occupancy per room, for either 1 or 2 guests. Please make sure you enter the exact number of adults and children for each room, so rates shown will reflect your true booking requirements.

    What do I need to know about child rates?

    Many hotels define children from 2 to 12 years old and generally do not offer additional bedding or breakfast options. If your child requires additional bedding and/or breakfast options, please book them as an adult to ensure the correct room configuration. You will be notified of any additional costs resulting from individual hotel policies regarding children staying with parents and age range allowed. Infants are usually defined as under 2 years old and do not come under the same restrictions. Please let us know if you require a baby cot for your infant. Kindly be advised that hotels reserve the right to verify the legal age of children.

    When do I need to pay for my reservation?

    HotelTravel.com does not charge customers until your room has been confirmed. All charges will be noted in the confirmation email that you will receive immediately after your booking request has been confirmed.

    How can I download an invoice or receipt for my hotel booking?

    Once any customer has paid for their booking they can login to the HotelTravel.com ‘Members’ Area’ and then go to the ‘My Reservations’ tab. There they will see a ‘download invoice/receipt’ icon (see example below) to download a PDF file. If you would like to request a customised receipt for business travel or other reason please contact HotelTravel.com’s Customer Service Centre directly via online chat or by email.

    How do I know my Credit Card information is secure?

    HotelTravel.com strives to be one of the most secure Internet service providers on the planet. We are proud to have no history of past Credit Card fraud, due to our long association with VeriSign Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology that keeps your personal information secure. VeriSign’s 128-bit encryption enables you to use our service with confidence, any information you enter on our secure payment page is encrypted before it goes anywhere. In simple terms, that means no one gets to see your credit card details when you enter them for a booking. Hotel Travel (Europe) LLC is also enrolled in Trustwave’s Trusted Commerce ™ program to validate compliance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) mandated by all the major credit card associations including: American Express, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard Worldwide, Visa, Inc. and Visa Europe. This is the highest standard of internet security available online today.

    Can I use PayPal to settle my account with HotelTravel.com?

    Yes you can. HotelTravel.com has recently added PayPal to offer its customers additional ways to settle their account. The PayPal service is a fast, safe method that allows its registered members to send money without sharing financial information. Customers that select PayPal to settle their account will immediately be redirected to the PayPal payment gateway.

    What is your cancellation policy?

    If you cancel your booking, HotelTravel.com does not charge any cancellation fees. However, please bear in mind that your booking is subject to the policy of each individual hotel. It is recommended that you familiarise yourself with the hotel’s cancellation policy before you proceed with the booking. You will find this policy adjacent to the rates, under the ‘Conditions & More Info’ link. Once you have booked your hotel, the hotel’s cancellation policy will also be included in your confirmation email.

    1. Cancel the reservation by using the ‘Cancellation Form’ provided in our Member’s Area
    2. Cancel online via chat with a Live Agent.
    3. Cancel by calling us directly using the information provided in the Contact Us section.

    If you fail to cancel your booking the day before you arrive, you may be liable for the full amount of your booking.

    No show

    If, for any reason, you do not utilise your reservation and have failed to cancel it in the above manner, you may be liable for the full amount of your booking.

    Shortening your stay

    If you need to shorten your stay, please be advised that customers MUST obtain a ‘shortening of stay’ confirmation in the form of official hotel documentation stating that a refund will be made for unused room nights. Once confirmation is received we will then refund your credit card for the unused room nights, unless the individual hotel’s policy requires that you be charged the full amount of your booking. You MUST cancel the unwanted room nights with us, as well as with the hotel receptionist, or you will not receive your refund, if applicable.

    Lengthening your stay

    We would be delighted to assist you in extending your stay. This can be done in our Member’s Area or by contacting one of our Customer Service Agents via Live Chat.

    Duplicate Bookings

    If you submit multiple bookings using a different email address and/or customer name, there is an increased chance that our booking system will process the bookings separately. If you submit multiple bookings for the same time period or overlapping time periods, you will be subject to the above Cancellation Policy for each of the bookings. HotelTravel.com is not liable for Cancellation fees incurred due to duplicate bookings.

    Who am I making this reservation with?

    HotelTravel.com is one of the leading hotel and travel portals on the Internet. The company is managed by an international executive team with decades of experience in both technology and online travel. We have a multicultural staff of more than 300, which includes nationals from over 25 different countries that speak more than 20 languages, covering most of the world’s most important travel markets.

    Our top priority is to make travel-planning simple and easy by providing the most affordable hotel rates, comprehensive travel information and 5-star multi-lingual Customer Service.

    HotelTravel.com strives to instantly confirm all booking requests using the latest XML technology available. On the rare occasion instant rates are not available, we call your requested hotel and are proud to boast the fastest confirmation turnaround time in the industry.

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    HotelTravel.com is also an industry leader for travel guides and hotel reviews with a massive library of destination guides and over 500,000 independent hotel reviews and growing by the day. We are also specialists in providing independent travel tips from our customers, where you can get the inside perspective on a destination whether good, bad or unusual!

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    09/08/2017

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    What does it take to get approved for a home loan?

    Every situation is different, but when we review your home loan application, we look at your:

    Credit score. This is determined by things like payment history and how long you’ve had credit. We’ll use this number to figure out how likely you are to pay back your loan and what interest rate you’ll get.

    Debt-to-income ratio. This percentage is your total monthly expenses divided by your gross monthly income.

    Down payment. This is the amount paid up front when you purchase a home and isn’t part of the loan. The higher the down payment, the less risky you seem to a lender which could mean a lower interest rate, too.

    Employment history. We want to make sure you’ll be able to afford your home, so proof of income is important.

    Should I refinance?

    You should speak with one of our licensed home loan advisors about your situation. Once they know more about you and what you’re looking for, they’ll help you decide if it makes sense to refinance. See the difference a new loan can make with our Refinance Calculator or have one of our loan experts call you .

    How is my home loan interest rate determined?

    Your rate is based on today’s mortgage rates and current housing market, but we also factor in your credit score, property location, loan amount, type and term to get you a personalized, up-to-date rate.

    What’s the difference between my interest rate and my Annual Percentage Rate (APR)?

    The interest rate is the rate of interest charged on a home loan and can be fixed or variable, depending on which loan you choose.

    The APR is a measure of the cost to you for borrowing money, the APR includes your interest rate, points, fees and other charges associated with your loan – that’s why it’s usually higher than your interest rate.

    If you have any questions about what’s included, you should contact a loan expert at 1-855-256-2559. We’re available Monday – Friday, 8 am – 8 pm.

    How do I apply for an Ally Home Loan?

    After you contact us. we’ll have a licensed home loan advisor give you a call to learn more about what you’re looking for. We’ll help you understand your options and can get an application started over the phone.

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    Deposit products (“Bank Accounts” on Ally.com) are offered by Ally Bank, Member FDIC. In addition, mortgage products are offered by Ally Bank, Equal Housing Lender . NMLS ID 181005. Credit and collateral are subject to approval and additional terms and conditions apply. Programs, rates and terms and conditions are subject to change at any time without notice.

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    13/06/2017

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    Cheap Car Rentals, Best Prices Guaranteed #seychelles #travel

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    What do I need to hire a car?

    To book your car, all you need is a credit or debit card. When you pick the car up, you’ll need:

    • Your Rentalcars.com voucher / eVoucher, to show that you’ve paid for the car.
    • The main driver’s credit / debit card, with enough available funds for the car’s security deposit.
    • Each driver’s full, valid driving licence, which they’ve held for at least 12 months (often 24).
    • Your passport and any other ID the car hire company needs to see.

    Different car hire companies have different requirements, so please make sure you check the car’s terms and conditions as well. How old do I have to be to rent a car?

    For most car hire companies, the age requirement is between 21 and 70 years old. If you’re under 25 or over 70, you might have to pay an additional fee. Can I book a hire car for someone else?

    Yes, as long as they meet these requirements. Just fill in their details while you’re making the reservation. How do I find the cheapest car hire deal?

    We work with all the major international car hire brands (and lots of smaller local companies) to bring you a huge choice of cars at the very best prices. That’s how we can find you cheap car hire deals at over 43000 locations worldwide. To compare prices and find your ideal car at an unbeatable price, just use our search form. What should I look for when I’m choosing a car?

    • Space: You’ll enjoy your rental far more if you choose a car with plenty of room for your passengers and luggage.
    • Fuel policy: Not planning on driving much? A Full to Full fuel policy can save you a lot of money.
    • Location: You can’t beat an ‘on-airport’ pick-up for convenience, but an ‘off-airport’ pick-up with a shuttle bus can be much cheaper.

    Are all fees included in the rental price?

    The vast majority of our rentals include Theft Protection, Collision Damage Waiver (CDW), local taxes, airport surcharges and any road fees. You’ll pay for any ‘extras’ when you pick your car up, along with any young driver, additional driver or one-way fees – but we’ll explain any additional costs before you book your car (and taking your own child seats or GPS can be an easy way to reduce your costs). For more details on what’s included, just check the Ts





    25/04/2017

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    25/04/2017

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    Scoring the Cheapest Airline Flights, Guaranteed #tickets #for #cheap

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    Scoring the Cheapest Airline Flights, Guaranteed

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    NEW YORK (MainStreet ) There is no worse feeling than coming to grips with the reality that you paid more for your middle seat coach ticket than anybody else on the plane. Even if it’s not true, you fear it is.

    Nobody wants to be that guy and here’s the promise: read on to discover the tips that are proven to deliver well-priced airline seats.

    Case in point: “Last March I got two non-stops on Hawaiian Air to Honolulu from JFK – for under $400 apiece,” said Andrew Young with what sounded like gloat in his voice. “That’s usually an $800 ticket.”

    How did he do it? He’s an executive at deals site Travelzoo and, accordingly, he’s signed up for his employer’s alerts. “That’s a first rule: always sign up for alerts with the providers and carriers you want to do business with,” said Young.

    He added: “Airlines have unadvertised fare sales. Pricing can change minute by minute. Prices may drop unannounced, especially in markets where there is competition.” And that, he said, is why you need to “always be checking, ABC.”

    Another reason to ABC – there really are no dependable global rules for scoring the cheapest flights, said Patrick Surry, chief data scientist at Hopper, which is something of a big data project that aims to uncover the best travel deals. To that end, Hopper daily collects “around one billion priced round trips,” said Surry.

    Hopper crunches that data and discerns patterns, one of which is that he debunks the standard advice to “never shop on [name the day] because it is more expensive.”

    “The day you shop on makes very little or any difference in flight pricing,” said Surry.

    “The key factors in ticket pricing are the day you fly on and the market.”

    Most cheap ticket advice neglects the differences markets play and that is why rules like never fly on a Sunday or Wednesdays are cheapest – both commonly said – are not true, at least not universally.

    “Pricing a Boston to London ticket by day – that’s a largely business traveler route – is very different from pricing a Spring Break ticket,” Surry elaborated.

    New Orleans, for instance, is heavy on weekend vacationers, but midweek business travelers are scarce. A Houston not so much- it’s mainly business travelers without a lot of weekenders. After that it gets obvious. Flying to Houston on Monday will cost a packet, whereas flying to New Orleans on a Tuesday will be a bargain.

    Bottomline: to get the best fares, monitor the alerts and also check and check again, at sites such as Hipmunk and Kayak which, said multiple frugal fliers, often produce the best deals.

    But don’t check yourself into a higher priced ticket by dithering and delaying. Advance purchase has its rewards.

    As for timing when it is best to buy a ticket – how far in advance – know that regional differences carry the day in travel site Kayak’s guide to the optimal time in advance to book and do not believe the pat blather (“always book six weeks in advance, not a day sooner or later”). Such advice is simply false, according to Kayak’s analysis of a year’s worth of data. Its findings as to when to book to score the cheapest seats:

  • Domestic: Book between 3-7 weeks out
  • Europe: 8-10 weeks out
  • Asia: 9-10 months out. If you miss this window, shoot for 3-4 months out
  • South America: 6 months out

    Another rule – probably the keystone concept – for flying on the cheap, from travel blogger Nomadic Matt aka Matt Kepnes: “Be flexible with your travel dates and times.”

    Never forget that and also never forget: Be flexible, too, about airports. Sometimes savings can be huge flying into Oakland rather than San Francisco International or Dulles rather than Reagan National.

    Whenever shopping for tickets, always click around, seeing what differences show up as dates and airports are toggled. Sometimes differences are negligible, other times 10% and greater differences show up.

    Make this even easier, suggested Ryan Hutchings, director of marketing at vacation home rental company TravelRoost, by using the Google Flights tool with a built-in flexible date slider. “Very cool for identifying the optimal time to book a flight and save money,” said Hutchings.

    Case in point: a roundtrip from Phoenix to Dublin, Ireland originating on March 16 costs around $1,100 – but Google quickly pointed out that flying a week later – that is, dodging the St. Patrick’s Day celebration crowds – would come in around $850.

    That’s commonsense, yes, but the beauty of the Google tool is how quickly it pinpoints the better, money saving day to fly.

    A last tip, from TravelZoo’s Young: Don’t take your eyes off the fees that may be associated with any ticket you by. His point: a terrific deal on a ticket can be ruined by an avalanche of what the carriers called “ancillary fees” and these are upcharges for everything from a seat that is not in the middle through checked bag fees. Most airlines have a long menu of fees but they vary from carrier to carrier – so before deciding that this ticket is the best deal, always add in any fees and do the same with competitors’ fares.

    Do all this and guess what: you will never again worry you have the highest price ticket on the plane. Because you don’t.

    –Written by Robert McGarvey for MainStreet





    23/04/2017

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    14/04/2017

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    09/04/2017

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