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Shrimpy Z

Someone please explain how this works...

Alliance Entertainment, a distributor, bought Audiolife, a fulfillment company.

Topspin, who makes widgets for bands to sell stuff on their sites, but doesn't do any designing, manufacturing, or fulfillment of their own, is now charging an extra $.50 per order WHY??

Bruce Houghton

It may be that Alliance is charging more than Audiolife did, and Topspin is just passing that charge along, as well as adding phone support. Just a guess.

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