Wholesale Selling FAQ's
We receive inquiries from an incredible number of new, and new-to-selling-soap business owners anxious to get off on the right
foot and make a big splash at their bath and body care
businesses! We feel just as excited and enthusiastic, because, well... we've
been in those shoes ourselves, have learned A LOT, and continue to learn
in the always changing, ever-exciting entrepreneurial spirit of the handmade beauty industry taking the nation,
world (witnessed by our many international clients) by storm! A
return to more natural roots and quality products has certainly created a difference in
the skincare and gift-giving habits of MANY!
staying in close touch with our customers, both retail and wholesale, we
gather and share information that helps us produce product that meets
end-customer needs/wants. By sharing what we've learned with you,
we help your business grow, perhaps bypassing bumps in the road
to your success! Together it's a winning situation!
we receive so many "of a lengthy 'consultation' nature" calls and e-mails, and "time" can be a constraining factor for
in us maintaining a hectic production schedule, we decided to create
this page to try and answer most of the many questions that frequently come our way! We hope this is of help and inspiration to you,
and if not, or you have a question we've not addressed, please let us
know so we can post it here! Do feel free to contact
us if you have more questions: email@example.com
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are your best-sellers so I can start by ordering those first?
strangely, can be a tough one to answer! I'm not trying to be evasive,
but over the years, I've come to realize that "best-sellers"
can actually be a very regional issue! What may be "my"
best-sellers to my retail customers, may not be best-sellers to someone
in Timbuctoo, USA, or Katmandu, Nepal. A metropolitan city soap-kiosk owner in a business district selling mostly to lunch-hour
professionals, will tend to have a very different client base than a gift
shop owner in a primarily recreational, touristy region in the
Everglades that caters to gator wrestlers (two of our actual client
situations). In short, I strongly
encourage you to know or find out who YOUR target market is or potentially
will be. Scout out other shops in the area you'll be
selling in (if at a physical storefront) and if nothing else, sit and
watch the people going in and out of shops...get a flavor for who they
are, male or female, what their tastes are. TAKE NOTES!With
a mail order catalog or online venue (non-region specific), the target market will be more
recommend as general rule-of-thumb for starters, to order at least 6-10 selections and
include something from the scent families of citrus, green (chyphre),
spicey, fruity, floral, earthy, herbal, minty, milk & honey,
unscented, bright & colorful, natural and earthy-looking.
You're sure to appeal to EVERYONE that way, including men, women,
children, and sensitive skinned persons! Many of our clients
choose their soap offerings based simply on what creates an attractive
color palette---and they claim this is their secret to attracting
customers--on a purely visual level!
do I figure out who "my" target market is?
of your best client resources is those around you! In fact, that's
how most of my clients begin selling--to family, friends, and co-workers
who get hooked on quality handmade soap! And that's truly the
beauty of this product--it really does sell itself! Gather those
closest around you for a party or informal already-scheduled
get-together, pass out soap samples, have them use it at a sink, take it
home to their tub, and get feedback! We highly recommend either
picking out your own first-initial-favorable-reaction soaps from our
list and displaying those, or consider purchasing our Wholesale Sample
Packs which offer one of each of our soaps in either Half-Bar or
Full-Bar size. This gives you the chance to have one of everything
in our line so you can observe the design, smell each individually, and
see what turns you and your testers on most! Then select your
initial merchandise offerings based on this feedback. A word of
consideration though:you may want to offer a well-rounded "family of
scents." EXAMPLE: When I first started in this business, I only offered
soaps in scents and formulas that "I" really loved (florals
and earthy scents). It wasn't long before customers started
inquiring about scents that I realized were not scents I personally
liked at all, but many of those that they requested have since gone on to be my
own best-sellers! So be sure to
LISTEN to feedback customers give you--they are your best resource for
taking new directions, making new merchandise choices! And be sure
to introduce seasonal new items that reflect holiday or seasonal
needs--EXAMPLE: Mint soaps, which are cooling to the skin, make
perfect summer soaps!
the best way to get customer feedback?
it up! Get involved with your customers in a non-intrusive
salesmanship manner! Approach them with a bar in-hand and ask
"What do you think of this scent?" Customers love to
feel like their opinion counts! Offer free samples of soap to
customers willing to take a few moments to fill out a short feedback
form on the spot....or inquiry asking "What soap scents or
specialized skin type formula soaps would YOU like to see in our
shop?" "Is your interest in personal use, or for
gift-giving or both?" "Do you have a friend or family
member who would appreciate being on our mailing list, as well as
yourself?" Obtain e-mail addresses so you can begin an
on-line newsletter or mailing list for merchandise updates, etc.!
can take a standard size bar of soap and easily slice it up into 8 piece
samples that supply a few had washings at least, and the feedback you
receive will be well worth the cost of the soap out-of-your-pocket!
Plus, samples are tax-deductible as "professional samples"
when it comes to tax time!
much merchandise stock do you recommend I start out with and regularly
can depend largely upon your venue for selling and how large your target
market is likely to be, projected traffic, and your available space for storage. We
have clients selling in large shops, quaint boutiques, day spas, B &
B's, at one-day to multi-day craft shows, home parties, via direct mail order catalogs,
websites.... just to name a few. We've had large-scale business
owners approach us to place their first order and mention that they have
their MBA in Marketing, have been in merchandising for XX years,
and one of their top priorities is to "always have more than enough
product on-hand to meet demand because it's marketing cardinal sin #1 to run out
of product!", and then they want to place a completely (in my
opinion) over-kill sized order to meet this criteria they've established
for themselves! We tend not to totally support this theory,
and the reason is, especially if this is a first-time order, unless
you've test-marketed the soap first, be sure you know what is
going to sell well for you before you order massive quantities of
it. In the case of my MBA'ers, all of the soap they wanted to
order was "custom" scent blends they requested, and based on my experience with scent blending, my nose was more than
a bit skeptical about some of their scent preference ideas. Sometimes
you can try so hard to be unique and different, that you can actually
alienate customers with your "unique" product; I think
that's what happened in this case. Going with "tried and
true" can be an asset, especially when starting out, establishing
clientele. I strongly encouraged them to first order test logs of their
desired blends and make sure they tested them on their own testers
before placing such large orders. Indeed they did, and out of 10
test logs, only 2 went over well with their testers! This sent
them back to the drawing board and ultimately they ended up using
scent blends I already offer in my Regular Line and they renamed/ private labeled them.
The way in which we've come to offer the large selection of soap
varieties that we do in our Regular Line is, they were all first introduced on our
"What's New" page and what sells well has gone on to become
part of our Regular Line or as a regular seasonal or holiday
offering. Anything you see us offer has shown significant selling
power, otherwise it gets dropped from our line.
stocking orders are usually your largest, and then you simply need to
re-stock on a regular and timely basis, varieties which you are running
out of before you run out. I suggest allowing at least a two
week lead time, and most are pleasantly surprised that it arrives much
sooner. Allow a three to four week lead time during the winter
holiday season, and longer for large ($2000 up) orders. Holiday season is traditionally the largest
selling season of course, and you'll no doubt need to order more stock
during that time (see more tips for holiday ordering below).
How much merchandise should I take to a show?
What is the name/history of the show? Is it being well-advertized/publicized? Is it an established (track record) show that has been around for years and attracts a usual *repeat* crowd? Is it indoors or out? What are alternatives if weather is inclement (if it is outdoors)? All these things can factor into turn-out. Show organizers will always tell new vendors they expect such-and-such a size crowd...but if it's a relatively new (unproven) show, might not draw as projected. I vended at some shows that were touted to be *so big* and yet attendance and sales for everyone vending were dismal. So you can see, it can be really hard to judge quantities to take! For myself, I always did local shows and if I was running out of product, my husband brought me more from the workshop.
What I caught onto and used to do when I did shows frequently was, I got a list of other signed vendors who had vended there previously, contact them and feel them out for actual attendance numbers. There's no harm in that and you will get some honest answers.
It boils down to...you can possibly over-buy merchandise to take and then have to figure out how to sell it after the show (because I cannot accept returns of a product like soap)...and in that regard, be sure you store/display product where people cannot handle it and damage the product, rendering it unsellable later. Have samples out for sniffing, so all of your product does not get touched. And yes, it can be amazing what people will do to product! Digging fingernails in it, letting their kids smell it and rub their snotty noses on it, tearing labels. Ugh! I learned after my very first show to never leave product within reach of customers! Have it attractively stacked & displayed on a shelf behind you (table between you and customers) with your tester bars available for handling....otherwise you'll be taking home product that is unuseable and damaged.
Or...you can possibly under-buy product to take and at the very worst, run out, but still have your samples/testers available and a means for customers to contact you to buy more later when they get home via the internet or any other venues you sell in. Have accurate up-to-date contact and selling info. to pass out! Also ads for any next shows you have scheduled.
I know you probably think I'm being evasive on giving you an answer...but seriously, I'm not. I don't want to tell you to buy 100, 200, 300 + logs to take and then have you stuck with unsold merchandise due to a lousy-attended show......good for me $-wise, but not YOU! So my best advise is to do some Sherlock Holmes with other vendors and scope it out before you make a decision on how much to bring! THEY can be your best source of help! Or such has been the case for me.
the soap go stale?
fine wine, well-made handmade soap actually improves with age!
Soaps that can experience rancidity issues are usually soaps that have a
high percentage of un-saponifiables ..i.e. more fats or oils than alkali
in the recipe to change them INTO soap. This free-floating oil can
be subject to becoming rancid over time, especially if stored in moist
or humid environments. We've perfected our recipes where there is
a very low incidence of non-saponified oil in our finished soap.
However we encourage wholesale customers to store the soap in dry
locations, protected from dust and dirt. Certain scents such as
citrus are especially prone to their scent fading quickly--this is just
the nature of citrus essential oils--they breakdown quickly, usually
over 4+ months. It does not mean the soap is stale, just that the
scent has faded. Often wetting the soap revives the scent.
But keeping citrus soaps well wrapped after curing helps prolong the
scent from dissipating into the air. Other scents can fade as well
over time, so for this reason we do not recommend you ordering a year's
worth of merchandise ahead of time as the scent may diminish over time.
should I store the soap that's not currently "on-display"?
about purchasing your soap in bulk form...won't it still be soft in the
middle? If I'm cutting it myself, or I cut a bar fresh off a log
for a customer, how long do I need to cure it before packaging or
you have purchased the soap as "bars", the soap will arrive to
you already cured and in cello bags. If you have purchased the
soap in bulk form (logs or bulk chunks), it will arrive in stretchwrap
and you will want to cut the soap if you plan to sell it cut, or at
least get it cut into logs so the inside of the soap will cure quicker,
place it on it's short side and rack or shelve it, exposed to air for 2-3
weeks. Once cured, keep it packaged in covered containers or wrapped in
stretchwrap to keep it clean and dust-free. Also, keep the stored
soap OUT OF DIRECT SUNLIGHT as this will fade the natural soap
colors over time. Our recipes are very quick-curing and bars
freshly sliced off a log on display in your retail establishment will be
ready-for-use immediately, however you can optionally instruct your
customers to allow the bar to air-dry further before use to create an
even longer-lasting bar.
affects cure times?
Humid climates and summer-like conditions can delay curing time.
Keeping the soap exposed to air the first 2-4 weeks, especially in
air-conditioning or under an oscillating fan accelerates cure
I sell bulk soap, or private label bars, am I required to provide the customer with
and yes. Our product is "true soap" by FDA standards,
and therefore it does not require mandatory ingredients listing.
However in our experience, many customers will not purchase, let alone
pick-up a product that does not list ALL of it's ingredients. So
we DO list all of our ingredients, we provide ingredients info. for you
if you are private labeling or purchasing in bulk, and we strongly encourage you to supply this complete info. to your customers so that
they can make informed choices about products they purchase and avoid
anything they may potentially be allergic to. We take great care in the
selection of pure and only high-quality ingredients we use and list them
proudly! It's actually one of the soap's best selling points!
But even with the most pure and high-quality ingredients, there is
always "someone" somewhere in the world who will be allergic
to those very high-quality ingredients! Accurate labeling gives
them the informed opportunity to select and choose according to their
I add my own marketing verbage on labels or display signs to help sell
depends. You MAY NOT make unsubstantiated claims about the soap
that may be untrue, or that would cause the soap to no longer be
classified as "true soap". You cannot say things like
"eradicates wrinkles", "cures diaper rash",
"heals acne"--to make these type claims you need clinical
laboratory tests to back them up. Do you have those tests?
We don't! Also, our manufacturers liability insurance does not cover claims YOU
make! If you wish to create marketing verbage, check it with us
first so we may guide you. In general, you can say things like
"Contains lavender essential oil, an oil known to be
beneficial to all skin types."
"private labeling"...how does that work?
make the soap. You put YOUR company logo/label on the soap and
sell it. Due to time constraints we are unable to design and
create labels for customers beyond our pre-templated custom bridal party
soap labels that we just put names and date into. Designing and
producing your own private label is your responsibility and can be
accomplished easily on your own computer, if you wish! It can be
quite fun letting your imagination run wild in creating your own unique
"look"! There's plenty of label designers who you can
contract to create your labels, however be aware that usually to obtain
a good price on these you need to order large quantities of each...which
you are then stuck with. If a soap ends up not selling well for
you, you may then still have 800 labels for it!
Designing/producing the labels yourself can be beneficial and
cost-effective when you're first starting out till you establish what
your soap line will be!
I choose to have a custom soap made, can I have you sign an agreement
not to divulge the recipe or design to any other living soul?
goes without saying that I do not discuss any customer orders or ANY of
YOUR information with another customer. I just do not, never
would. The problem with this "agreement" scenario is, I
hear this request often and I've lost track of how many times the very
scent blend that someone is telling me is exclusively "their
concoction" is something that another wholesale client has
asked me to custom make for them just two weeks ago, which, t'were I to
sign an exclusivity agreement, puts me in
the position of either having to tell them that their masterpiece has
already been thought of, yet I cannot reveal who the other company
is. Or if I make it for one, does that mean I cannot now continue
to make it for the other who I already made it for? Too
complicated. Thus, my position on this is, I politely decline to
sign exclusivity agreements...unless someone should present an entire
line of soap products they want me to custom make for them and it
happens to identically replicate another line I've already
created...and fortunately that never happens. But be assured I do
not make suggestions to customers that include a custom blend made for
another customer. I DO make suggestions about which of the soaps
from my Regular Line would fit in well with specific needs you may have
or express an interest in.
I rent retail space I'm required to have prove of liability insurance
from my merchandise vendors/manufacturers...can you provide that to me?
We carry liability insurance. Contact us via phone or e-mail us if
you are a legitimate retailer,
and we will supply the name and number of our carrier and a certificate of
I use YOUR Simply Soap soap names to name my private label soap, even
though I'm using my own design label and logo, etc.?
most businesses, we've gone to great pains to create a soap line that is
uniquely Simply Soap's! Many of our soap names are indeed uniquely
ours and we wish to keep it that way to continue our identity. Some names, such as "Plumeria",
or "Lemon Aloe" are obviously not of a unique quality, are
generic, and therefore we have no problem with you using those
type generic, scent-specific soap names. But if you wish to use all of our other
soap names, you will need to market the soap as Simply Soap products,
not under a private label name/logo...otherwise you are in copyright
violation. We have copyrighted all of our material.
your business interests, we find that customers who have ignored our
request to not private label our soaps using our own soap
names, especially those vendorswith an online internet presence, often end up
being noticed by "our" regular customers or shoppers in
general, who report to us
saying "Did you know that so-and-so at such-and-such web
address, or store is copying your soap names?" We've been in
business since 1994, so this tends to make the copier look like...well,
a copier. Not good for you. Be unique, create your OWN
a soap I've bought wholesale from you doesn't sell well for me for some
reason, can I exchange it for another soap variety? What is your
cannot accept exchanges, for quality as well as hygiene reasons. Due to the handcrafted natural aspect of our
products, we are unable to offer any exchanges, nor returns or
refunds. We cannot verify the age, or conditions of handling, or
storage conditions of the soap once it's left our hands and has become
your property, or merchandise sitting on a shelf possibly being handled
by many people, therefore we cannot take it back under any
circumstances. All of our soaps are handmade, and due to this handmade nature, design, texture, and color variations may occur, but that is part of the soap's character and charm; it's NOT perfect or popped-out of a machine! Some soaps contain ingredients (specifically fragranced soaps) that can accelerate thickening of the soap in production, and affect design techniques such as swirling. We cannot always achieve an identical swirl design in every batch. Some of our soaps contain colorants (as listed per each) and some can run when wetted, or appear on wash tools, may tint lather. They DO NOT stain and rinse right away. If you do not like this, do not order colored soaps.
product you receive upon us shipping an order to you appears defective to you in any way upon receipt of
the shipment, contact us immediately for further instruction. If
product appears damaged via transit, save any and all packing materials
and contact us immediately as well as your USPS or UPS carrier so that a damage/ins.
report can be taken and filed. Time is very important with
this--do not wait to report damage!
do I do with leftover holiday-specific soaps?
recognized this potential dilemma early in our soap selling days and
came up with the following solution: Especially during the winter
holiday season, we take soaps that are usually part of our Regular Line
and make them into Holiday soaps simply by re-naming them so they can go
back to their usual identity post-holiday, or roll over into the next
holiday. EXAMPLE: At Christmas time, our Tuscany Wine Spice
(deep red, wine-spice soap) becomes Wassail for the holiday, and
rolls over nicely into Valentines season as a romantic wine soap!
We try to do this with several holiday soaps so that you never get stuck
with something that is SO Christmas-specific that you can't sell it
easily AFTER Xmas Eve has passed, should you happen to not sell
it--although in our experience, most of our customers are more prone to
experiencing running out of stock pre-Xmas Eve than being stuck with
are your lead times so so we get on a timely schedule for placing
really depends upon order size. We can obviously complete a $200
order much quicker than a $2000, or $20,000 order that we need to work
in around our usual production schedule. Give us your
proposed order and we'll give you a proposed lead time, at that time! But a
general rule of thumb is two weeks notice for average re-stocking
orders. The worst that could happen is you'll be pleasantly happy
to receive your order sooner...which usually is the case. However
occasionally we WILL get simultaneous larger orders all at once that
keep up hopping and that is what can cause delays or longer lead
times. We are committed to always keeping you apprised of your
order status though so you know what to expect. We put ourselves
in your shoes in that regard and know that's how we'd appreciate being
treated! By the same token, with customers who call with orders
they demand they need "yesterday" or "last week", we
do our best to be as quick as possible, but we can't take responsibility
if assessment of your merchandise needs is not done in a timely manner. Thanks
for working together with us on this!If setting up a set
merchandise fulfillment schedule for re-stocking orders would work
better for you, let us know!
do you recommend I do to let my customers know I've added handmade soap
to my merchandise offerings? And what
are some unique ways to offer and display your soap?
there's so many ways to market soap! Let your imagine fly!
Send out e-newsletters, postcards to your mailing list, post signs in
your shop windows, and don't neglect the sure bet sale-maker--hand out
FREE SAMPLES! Even skeptics who take home a free sample are sure
to return to BUY more once they experience how the soap makes their skin
feel! When I first started, I often sold at craft shows and
encountered quite a few male companions of women shoppers who
begrudgingly, and out of boredom it seemed, would heft a bar of my soap,
mutter about how a bar of such-at-such soap at the grocery store only
costs a fraction of what my soap costs. A smiling face, a brief
explanation of why my soap is considered better by many, and a free sample and brochure
later, that customer would leave....only to call or return another time
ready to order and order a lot! I obtained one of my longest-time
and most faithful customers in just that manner. He was
vacationing in our fair city, was dragged to a craft show by his wife,
we met, and when he returned to his city he called
me to tell me how impressed he was with my soap--"the
best my skin has ever felt", he said! He just so happened to be a
president of a Merrill Lynch and ended up ordering soap baskets for ALL
of his staff and co-workers for Christmas, and turned several of them on
to ordering from me as well! He has been at least a $1500
retail customer each year ever since. So, it goes to demonstrate, you
never know WHO or WHERE you'll encounter your next best customer...even
if he's disguised as as a curmudgeonly skeptic. Use the
opportunity to TEACH customers, be knowledgeable about your products!!
have shared all kinds of tips and tricks they use to draw customers to
their soap displays, including use of a DJ's bubble machine
strategically placed in or outside of their shop (bubbles indoors may
stain ceilings), decorating and displaying with antique bathtubs,
washtubs and accessories. One shop owner had a row of tester sinks
installed in her shop so customers could sample soap right there and
feel the difference--her husband was a plumber! Incorporate hiring
(or bartering services/products) with a day spa massage therapist with ancillary products to demo on
customers in-store. Offer complimenting products, accessories,
sanctum enhancing items to help customers create an experience at-home
with candles, perfumes, skin products, bath brushes, quality towels,
yoga or relaxation techniques etc.
of our customers share that they have chosen setting-up a deli style
setting in their soap stores, buying our soap in-bulk and cutting it up
into random, chunky sizes, either pre-cut or cut-on-request, wrapping it in
stretchwrap (much like blocks of cheese!), and selling it by
the ounce on old-fashioned scales.
adopt " themes", such as beverage or drink themes and offer
soap in these styles--i.e. Pink Lady soap, Root Beer soap, Margarita
soap, Daiquiri soap, etc. Or sports themes, country kitchen
themes, food-like themes (pie-wedge soap), etc....
many stick with the bulk slice-by-the-inch method of attractively
offering logs of soap stacked on a cutting board for customers to select
their favorites and have a fresh slice of soap cut off for
them!The slice can be popped into an inexpensive cello bag
and an Avery sticky label with ingredients applied, tied with raffia or
whatever your theme or idea is, we encourage you to offer the soap in
some ready-to-grab, ready-made-gift packaging ideas since MANY customers
who may not have been thinking of buying soap, suddenly remember that
it's so-and-so's birthday in two days and they've forgot to get a gift...and there it is, ready to buy!
handle the soap a lot and it can get dirty-looking and shop-worn.
Plus, it's hard to stop people from wanting to smell the soap and touch
it to their noses. How can I avoid this hygiene issue?
small or full-size tester bars for each variety. Many of our wholesale customers with
high-traffic shop lay-outs report they have success with keeping the
soap stored behind a counter where they need to be assisted to obtain
the soap, but have tester bars out to be smelled and touched to
customers content! But you may want to keep testers in-view...some
report that tester bars disappear regularly!
sometimes comment in-store about the price of handmade soap vs. a stack
of regular soap at a grocery store and seem to expect an explanation
from me...what should I tell them? Why DOES it cost more?
may have an inclination to react by saying, "If you have to ask, then
you don't want what I have to offer you"...but that doesn't exactly
inspire a customer to try something new now, does it? <g>
Become familiar with our products inside and out; this is why we provide
so much info. for you on our website in particular! We've found
that an intrinsic part of this business is also being an educator, and
by default, so will you need to be! Our soap costs more
because it is made with only the best quality ingredients and we have to
charge for those ingredients." You'll feel the difference when you
use the soap...here, try a sample!" It's also great to point out
that since our soap does not dry out skin like regular detergent bars
do, what you pay more for soap, you save money from not having to buy
lotions and remedies for what detergent bars DO to your skin.
economy isn't doing well in my region. What are some ways I can
boost soap sales?
economy" can work both ways for soap sales, funny enough!
While some may notice customers hanging more tightly onto their dollar,
depending on region (again), others will notice them spending more
freely than ever with an attitude of "I need this as a little
reward FOR ME today!", very much having a "live for
today" or "back to the simple, pure things in life"
mindset. Plus, people ALWAYS need to buy gifts regardless of
economy, and everyone needs SOAP. We find ourselves more and more,
during economic downturn times, encouraging wholesale clients to get
into the heads of their customers and offer all the things they need to
create not just a product sale...but AN EXPERIENCE sale! And do it
in a way that is not jump-down-your-throat salesman dogging them.
Create a quiet, ambiance, ....a bath-lovers sanctuary within your shop, on the pages of
your catalog, on your inviting website! More than ever, people
want to get away, if even for only a short while.....people will pay
almost anything to feel escape, even if it means trading an economy meal that
night for the luxury of spending more on their bath products. YOU
can create that feeling, that attitude for them!
an international customer...what's the best, least expensive method of
can depend upon the size of your order. Some carriers offer "freight charges" but certain weight requirements must be met. Contact us and we'll assess what will afford you the best
pricing based on your order size. We compare shipping costs and use either UPS
International, USPS, or Airborne. If shipping Airborne, we
encourage you to open your own Airborne account (SIMPLE to do!) so you
can pay shipping costs directly on your end and we can bypass having to
accurately assess exact shipping charges that can often be difficult to
figure precisely prior to packing the order. We DO charge for
packing materials and time spent packing on large orders (which can
often take days!)
this FAQ page been of assistance to you? Are there are more topics you need addressed? Please let me know! firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks!
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