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Friday March 19th, 2021 night edition

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And one such experience with a disgruntled customer has left a small business owner in splits, after the client got their basic maths wrong.

So, was owner of Zada’s Vault, who saw an email from an angry client demanding refund for not receiving correct number of items.

McCray sent 12 masks as per the order along with a bill of $60 for the dozen, with each mask priced at $5.

“Hello, I ordered a dozen custom masks from you, however you only sent me 12,” the unhappy customer wrote.

The business owner tried to clarify the meaning of dozen and the quantity was correct.

I take pride in customer service – she already had a stereotype in her mind,” the 30-year-old business owner was quoted by Mirror as saying.

And as a token of appreciation, the business owner added that for all orders placed last week will include: “a free Dubzen mask. »

72 Democrats sign motion to expel Marjorie Taylor Greene from Congress

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House Democrats are planning a vote on expelling Marjorie Taylor Greene from Congress as early as this week, but the move is unlikely to succeed despite 72 lawmakers already signing on.

"Democrats are trying overturn the will of the People who voted for both myself and @millermeeks.

Eleven Republican House members previously joined Democrats in voting to remove Ms Greene from her committee assignments over past comments supporting Qanon. »

Biden to send 4 million AstraZeneca vaccine doses to Canada and Mexico

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The Biden administration has agreed to send surplus doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine to Mexico and Canada, according to senior administration officials.

The country plans to send 2.5 million Covid-19 vaccine doses to Mexico and 1.5 million to Canada to help fill vaccine shortfalls.

Senior officials in the Biden administration told CNN that they were considering a deal where the US gives AstraZeneca vaccine doses to the two countries now with the understanding that Mexico and Canada could supply the country with excess vaccine doses in future months. »