Imported Scarves

Good Things Global : Imported Scarves

Dear Customer,
Thanks for dropping by our website! Feel free to browse around and take a look at our collection. If you are interested in our scarves, here the easy steps:

[1] Place the order to We will reply back within 48 hours with the availability and confirmation stock.

[2] Make a payment to: Maybank Account Number (158293556634 – Nurul ) with recipient email:

[3] Once payment has been made, please update us your fullname, address and contact number for delivery purposes and please double check the size since we have different size for each scarf.

Email us if you have any other questions!


It's easy peasy!

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Sunday, 29 May 2011



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