“One of the caveats of online shopping is that you can’t fit the item itself. Once you’ve received an item and find it unflattering on you, it can be a hassle to ask for refunds and return the item. This leads to customer dissatisfaction and loss of business for the retailer. Try aims to remove this inconvenience by offering online shoppers the chance to try the items at home for free.”

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“Earlier this week in the Sussex Downs of Southern England, the weather was turbulent and stormy; the rain came down for almost 48 hours.”

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