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39 minutes ago, Ratmanwan3 said:

What's it called micky? 

TRAPS FOR SALE BUY AND BARTER.

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On 23/10/2019 at 16:03, micky said:

TRAPS FOR SALE BUY AND BARTER.

Is that only available through Facebook ??? 

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Eh Ratmanwan 3 Jok here. Moira. What's best price I can get on these black cat rat traps. Still using your two fens. Think I need more defence, Jok.

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On 11/11/2019 at 16:30, jok said:

Eh Ratmanwan 3 Jok here. Moira. What's best price I can get on these black cat rat traps. Still using your two fens. Think I need more defence, Jok.

www.tradionalpestcontrol.co.uk

£12.90 each+ postage

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