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soory about that.  I try to be sure when I award points.
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Q.10300672 - regards Yahoo as the Email for your issue which I had recommended some hours earlier than the accepted answer.  

Although I thank you for making it right, I don't feel it's fair that you should have to pay twice due to the error.  Can we ask Customer Service to intervene and fix; or are you rolling in dough (cash) so to speak?

Glad to have been of help, sorry it cost you twice.

Asta

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not a problem, let's not worry about customer service and any fuss.  I missed it and I do apologize.  Though I am not rolling in the proverbial dough, maybe it will teach me a lesson!

Thanks

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Thank you.
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