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Car leasing is becoming a more and more popular option for drivers across the UK. Leasing companies now provide a range of packages for people who want access to newer models as they are released or don’t have the funds to invest in a new vehicle. These companies also offer plenty of discounts and drivers can find them all on the car lease HotUKDeals pages. Read more
Hyundai i30 Hatch 1.0 T-GDi 120 SE 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] £30672 18m contract / 8000 miles  @ RVS
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21/12/2018Expires on 21/12/2018Found 23 h, 14 m agoFound 23 h, 14 m ago
Hyundai I30 Hatch 1.0 T-GDI SE 5DR Manual Metallic Paint. Just Straight forward 18monthly payments of £170.40, 8000 miles per year, no admin fees!
ruheluddin86

Cold, I pay £100pm for 17 months for the same car - 18 month lease (8k miles per year, upfront £400).

escortboy

How much is this car to buy brand new? I looked online and it showed as £18k which seemed a little steep to me. Would be little chance of selling an 18 month old model with wear and tear for £15k I'd imagine so wondering how it makes commercial sense for the leasing company.

Timmyboy555

This lease is for brand new?

Deevah100

This my first lease car... but I assume you’ll have to pay for it thru insurance as a normal car you owned. Your question about MOT I’m leasing this for 2 years so won’t need an MOT but if u paid for maintenance would y that cover it? (Not too sure tho)

smiler03

I don't think you read "every single review". honestjohn has his to say about this engine.. "while the 1.0-litre is far from a poor relation, thanks to a wide torque spread that makes for surprisingly strong acceleration when on the go." also "Comfortable and refined. Spacious boot. Impressive petrol engines. Good level of standard safety equipment. https://www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/hyundai/i30-2017/

Euro Car Parts Black Friday Biggest Ever Sale ??? Upto 50% Discount On Oil & Air Filters, £9.50 Off 5 Litres Of Shell Oil
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26/11/2018Expires on 26/11/2018Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
Euro Car Parts Black Friday biggest ever sale ??? (Yes another sale) it RUNS FOR 10 days, From 16th to 26th of November, Not everything is discounted though, But i got a good di… Read more
superhans0113

it is different discounts % on different items, be aware there is also carparts4less who are the same company the prices are cheaper to start with plus 20% off, don't forget to check ebay as well both euro car parts and carparts4less are on ebay, and the prices are all over the place, even though they have to pay 15% fees on ebay, don't assume that their websites will be the cheapest, Other sellers on ebay may be cheaper than both of these sellers as well, i was after some 0w 20 oil, 5 litres and it was £65 on eurocarparts, £40 on carparts4less, £22 on ebay from carparts4less and £40 for 2 lots from a different seller on ebay, it seems one place isn't the cheapest for all items, just play them at their own game and buy the cheapest from each site.

kingu185

There is something wrong on the site. I put the BLACKFRIDAY code and it just gives me 6% off discount. Is that a joke?? (annoyed)

grandoldchap

I don't know how they get away with fooling the nation by manipulating Thier prices. Surely there has to be a law to stop shop dodgy pricing practices. They increase the price and offer a discount code every other day

pjuk14

Once they have your email, these offers are bombarded at you daily. And God help you if you put something in your basket and don't purchase. Forgot something? No. I bought it from eBay cheaper (highfive)

superhans0113

i decided to go for a Fram oil filter at £2.75 which was 50% off, i went for a Bosch air filter at £6.50 which was 50% off, i then i went for Castrol Magnatec 5W 30 x 4 litres for £29.45 reduced by £9.54, Comes to a total of £34.58 saving £22.89. i was going to buy these when the offer for screenwash popped up a few days ago, i am glad i waited.

BMW M2 Competition 2dr DCT - £540.11 per month - 3yrs, 3 months up, 10k miles per year @ Select Car Leasing
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Found 14th NovFound 14th Nov
Absolute stonker of a deal. Granted, it's expensive for a car but this is better than any BMW PCP deal you will ever get and with a realistic mileage. It is worth noting this leas… Read more
calum.c

Definitely. The only people I think are going to benefit from the M2 comps are those that got the first of the lot, keep for 6 months and sell. Still quite few and far between just now so holding up well

Jonsmyname

Best price I have seen for the M2C assuming the depreciation would not leave any cash when comparing against a PCP deal.

Bumnut53

How much you would lose over 3 years if you bought one?

philnwl

A poor mans Ferrari , lol

markymark34

Your posts were starting to annoy me but I'm loving this one XD

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Range Rover Velar 2.0 on £514.32 / 36 months lease with £1542.97 deposit Select Car Leasing
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Found 8th NovFound 8th Nov
Range Rover Velar for £514 per months on 36 months lease with £1500 deposit That's around £20K for three years, quite good price for this type of car
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nougat

Haven't seen any broken down, not like the Disco 3 that kept the electronic handbrake on. 3 year waranty should cover any problems

gav123

it's not me being bitter, it's the absolute truth. from where i worked there has been 7 well trained , long term technicians leave. the main part of leaving is frustration with the brand and the support network around it. you know it's bad when you spend time at the training academy and even the people training you laugh at how abysmal things are.

gav123

nope, luckily i restore historic racing cars now.

0901salmoc

Wow that's sour, do you work at asda now?

tinkertaylor

Everyone has them now, the employees get 35% and the car park is like a production line, XE and f paces as well. True alot of people have had to leave due to volume dropping but no need to be bitter

Seat Leon Hatchback 1.8 TSI FR - 24 Month Lease - 10k miles p/a -  £199.99 pm no deposit + £199 admin fee = £4998.76 @ Leasing Options
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Thought this looked a decent price for the Seat Leon Hatchback 1.8 FR Technology on a 2 year lease (10k miles per annum) - works out at £199.99 per month with no deposit or £208… Read more
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CrazyIvan84

(lol) brilliant.

lierobs

I'm in the same boat as yourself. If anyone checks in the future for comparison purposes the excess mileage was 13p/mile. Very high in my opinion but i'm not at risk of going over the mileage so does not affect me. As a side not it's a pity this thread was marred with a couple of people, with no intention of looking into the deal, arguing over irrelevant rubbish. Arrogant nonsense being spouted made it difficult to find the facts from the people that were actually giving useful information.

andrew.davies

Anyone else been told that they won’t get the convenience pack?

downey91

@Chanchi32 please find me another leon fr deal! (lol)

JosephRedfern

I managed to get in -- submitted details Wednesday, had a call back on Thursday evening, accepted quote on Thursday, credit check submitted to Arval (who the lease agreement is actually with) on Friday, and was accepted this morning. Dan at Leasing Options has been really on the ball throughout the whole process. Has ended up at £264.84/m with £1302.96 cashback, making it average out to £210.54/m with maintanance included. Thanks very much for submitting this @Chanchi32, really appreciated. Wasn't planning on changing cars immediately but decided to do so if/when a decent deal on a nippier Golf/Leon/Skoda/Audi came up -- and this was it!

Range Rover Velar £368.92 per month + £369 deposit 49 months - £18077.16 @ Stratstone
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Found 6th NovFound 6th Nov
Range Rover Velar 48m PCP £369 deposit, £369 per month Perfect for the badge buyer on a budget! Sorry for lack of details, submitted from my phone.
SoFreshSoNice

Which dealership is this at? I've just rang one and they say the offer isn't available any more

lumsdot

No wonder air polution is getting worse, these land rover status symbols seem to be everywhere. whats wrong with a normal car which can get you from a to b but with about 20 perc less fuel/c02.

Pelly151

We ordered ours yesterday

luwpergwin

Does anyone know the date and time this expired? I applied on the 8th and got a return email confirming my application but the dealer replied 2 days later saying the deal was over. Should they not honor it? Thanks.

Rubykins

Have had nothing but problems with mine, spent first few weeks back at the dealer, better off with a Kia

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Skoda Octavia Hatchback 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr [2019] Deposit £1079.89 + 23 payments of £119.99 £3839.66. 8000 miles @ SelectCarLeasing
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Found 3rd NovFound 3rd Nov
Adaptive cruise control. Start stop tech. Sat nav. Alloys. Electrically adjustable and heated door mirrors. Rain and light sensors. 8 speakers. much more.
dangerm55

I'm not saying it's as fast or the same as my Golf R for goodness sake, I'm just saying it wasn't incapable and was perfectly drivable and so shouldn't be written off just because it's 'only 1 litre'.

jimmy2007

Comparing a 1.0l fruitbox with wheels to a golf R... Are you alive? Did you drive it in central London traffic at rush hour? Last time I drove a golf R I swallowed my teeth in acceleration, this 1.0l rubbish makes just a lot of noise and vibrations in the cabin, making you think you're going fast. Try racing with any 1.8T and above and you'll see them disappearing in the distance. Same argument as prius drivers who think their car is quick off the line, until you prove them wrong with a 20 year old 1.8T VW (See my previous post)

Jonathan_Hayman

Thousands of decent second hand cars around and obviously it goes without saying full service history and sensible milage. One golden rule with a depreciating asset is to own it when it is depreciating the least. ALL new cars depreciate most in the first 3 years. It's simple economics tbh.

Smadmad

Works for me

DealJourno

Does DAB work in the UK now?

Vauxhall Astra Hatchback 1.6T 16V 200 Elite Nav - 36 Month Lease - 3+35 - £159.48 Per Month total cost £6,205 at What Car? Leasing
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Found 31st OctFound 31st Oct
Thought this was a reasonable deal for a 36 month family car lease (equivalent to £2,068 per year). 3 months upfront (£478.44) and then 35 payments of £159.48 (+£145 admin fee). … Read more
alankfc02

Thanks. Mines was order 2 weeks ago today and got the paperwork today in the post but no date

enjoys999

Possibly last week of November, first week of December for us.

hotukbuythingswedontneed

What you've really demonstrated is that buying an extremely cheap car and having nothing major go wrong in 8 years is a cheaper way to drive an older car not everyone wants a 107, and not everyone who buys one will have it last them 8 years with no issues, and not everyone wants an 8 year old car

alankfc02

Anyone who ordered had a delivery date?

b33r

What car was it to only depreciate £3850 in 8 years?

BMW 340i M Sport Shadow Edition Lease £399/mo x 47 + £999 - £19752 @ BMW (Barons Group)
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Got ad in Facebook, looks cheap for 340i with only £999 deposit Representative Finance Example: Duration 48 Months 47 Monthly Payments £399.00 Customer Deposit £999.00 Retailer De… Read more
Sammy86

Sibling just acquired the 340i m sport shadow edition with a few extras. Looking forward to giving it a proper thrashing after the 1200 miles break in. Albeit my 435d does suffice, the engine of the petrol is much more pleasing to the ear. Next bmw shall be the m5 v8 beauty.

shopar_artiz

yes good year (eagle f1) is standard with my bmw. go to halfords or anyother tyre shop goodyear is standard, i am not saying other brands are not, they might come with some versions of 1 series, but mine is good year standard, also mine is 19 inch not 18. so that must be the reason.

kvn618

Great deal, voted hot

andybutlin

U have the option to buy tyre cover which will change them if they have punctures. Not if they wear out. more cost

andybutlin

No they aren’t.

Seat Leon Cupra 290 2 yr lease 9 + 23 @ £233.99pm + £198 processing fee  - 8,000 miles - £7685.68 - Wessex Fleet Solutions
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Found 24th OctFound 24th Oct
Saw this pop up on my FB feed. Not a bad price for the power. 198 admin fee 2105.89 deposit And 23x 233.99
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FunkiestMonkey

Soon be moving jobs. Can you get good lease deals doing 20k miles a year?

alex.wainman

Mad sheep leasing - I posted a deal back in Feb for it

captainjack

where from?

m5rcc

Factually incorrect. No thanks.

floz

Because you have on every other thread where it’s mentioned. Make sure you catch it on iplayer then, at least then you can tick it off your list as having seen another one in the Outback.

Jaguar XF Sportbrake 2.0 i 250 Portfolio 5Dr Auto [Start Stop] - £1799.91 + £349.99 and 23 x £199.99 (Term £7349.97) @ 1stChoiceVehicle
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Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Ok you'll have to forgive my ignorance I know nothing about cars but my hubby said this is stupendously cheap so I thought I'd share it on here. He doesn't use HUKD but I told him … Read more
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lolmann1

check your spam box as mine went into here , if not give them a call and they can resend , i am all signed and just waitng for delivery its been easiest lease iv done , last time with select was full of problems ;(

tommcd

Wasn’t an option for me, just a long pdf document with a couple of pages needing signing and returning somehow.

Blazzz

Oh you can't sign digitally like the one they sent before?

tommcd

FYI, you only need to print, sign, scan the pages that actually need a signature, not all 30 odd pages. I think there’s only 2 pages to sign (as one of the copies of the lease document is marked for customer to keep!)

BertRoot

The date was in the mail, not in the pdf.

BMW M4 Competition Pack on 3 year lease from Contract Cars - 10k Miles pa, £24,932 or £692.55 per month
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Honestly don’t know which way this one will go but I think it’s a good deal overall if you’re after one of these! BMW M4 on personal lease, 10,000 miles a year. £600 + 9 months dow… Read more
nick1946

43% of the list price over the 3 year term is pretty... cold.

mkara

Can someone post how yo calculate depreciation over a period of 2 or 3 years in a simple way. I've seen some saying that if it's <20% (or is it 8%) then it's a good deal. Does that mean from the actual value of the car? Also, how does one calculate depreciation? I currently have a lease (Tiguan R-Line @ 299.99 a month with 9k/year) but want to get the information as we're looking at another car now too.

Sammy86

For a few more pennies I would prefer the M5 albeit it's a saloon vs a coupe.

tonyspoons

The big thing here is 'if the lease is less than the depreciation' - with personal leases it often isn't, otherwise they'd be losing money on all of them.

M_z

Maybe, but if you want or need a new car every 2 or 3 years, then if the total cost of the lease is less than the depreciation over the same period, it makes good financial sense to lease. If you run a business or are self employed, then it can have advantages too. As you say though, some deals are better than others.

12 x 330ml Brewdog can Oxford Tesco 24hrs - £12
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The price it's £14 on the shelf but, it goes to £12 when paid. Not cheaper than Asda but, still an alternative for places like Oxford where Asda sells house items only :( P.S. Th… Read more
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dutch090163

Haven’t tried that 1 yet. Will try it in the 2 for £9 offer first

dutch090163

No they were with normal stock.They also had punk ipa bottles for £1.25 and 4 packs of hop fiction, electric India and dead pony 2 for £9

juliano.tech

I didn't find the beer section in the app (embarrassed)

juliano.tech

Lost lager

telttruth

Were they reduced to clear

BMW 320d M Sport 0% finance £379 a month 47 months (+1month deposit £379) £28,190.11 - Sytner -  Optional final paymet £10,377.11
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BMW 320d M Sport Cash price: £36,055.00 Deposit contribution: £7,485.89 Customer deposit: £379 48 months : £379 Optional final payment £10,377.11 8000 annual mileage. Not the… Read more
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josephallen

For £3000 down and £389 a month you could get one of the remaining 340i m sports with sports auto if you wanted. Bit of a different car though.

Sammy86

Thank you airbus330

airbus330

I did the Carwow phone around yesterday, there are a few still out there, Listers had 3 left, another only had the Touring version. I didn't go for it as I'm at the wrong point of my current pcp to bail out and they couldn't sweeten the deal enough to make it worthwhile. Shame as a 335 would be a hoot. I'm playing with this deal with Sytners as there is one local to me and waiting for an improved offer. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/bmw-335d-msport-xdrive-shadow-edition-4-years-at-0-finance-8000-miles-419-deposit-and-47-x-419-month-20112-listers-3070181

Sammy86

Could you please link it as been unable to locate it.

grex9101

Woosh!

Skoda Octavia Hatch 1.0 TSi 115 SE Technology 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] - Lease term - £4189.67 @ 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing
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13/12/2018Expires on 13/12/2018Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Ok, I know I'm starting to sound like a bit of a fan boy for these guys, I might have to ask for some commission (lol) (lol) But this seems like an awful lot of car for a very s… Read more
cleverguy12

Thanks for that. Hmm, I've not been given an SLI order number yet by yeslease. Not sure whether or not to call 1st choice as I've already placed my order. What would 1st choice do? Thanks

lolmann1

I have been given an SLI order number and you wont get the finance documents until the car is built with a chassis number , this is my 2nd Skoda and had a VW also which was same finance house and system , with VW you can follow the order online but Skoda dont allow this sadly . Each dealer has its own allocation of cars which they can order from the factory and the bigger the dealer group the more build slots they get , sounds like yeslease are just taking orders and hopeing for the best (lol) the people i went to for my order were very honest from the start and gave made me feel very comfortbale with all conversations which is why i chose them , they also price matched a deal i had seen so very happy The Skoda main dealer works on retail allocation and these lease deals are for fleet sales so thats probably why the dealer said a longer time , give 1st choice a call and see how you get on

cleverguy12

Can anyone confirm on the delivery timelines from yes lease or a dealer or anyone else ? I went to a local dealer today and they said the delivery for 1.0 DSG hatch is about 24-28 weeks. That is too long a wait. I've ordered from yeslease. given a lead time of December but not confirmed until I receive the finance docs from the supplier. I've paid the documentation fee to yeslease already. first time ordering a lease car so not sure how long this usually takes. Can they push back the delivery date as the main dealer I also went to (rrg Skoda) said their lead time is approx 20 weeks so Jan delivery and that they supply yeslease so not entirely sure how yeslease have come up with their lead time and if they're in fact misleading customers

lolmann1

I understand yes lease use the same supplier as 1st choice so would go with their delivery over Yes Lease unless they are building the cars themselves haha

its_die_hard

I went to a local SKODA dealer and they told me it would take 24-28 weeks for the car to delivered from the order date. Can anyone got confirmed from yes lease or any other broker that it would be delivered in 14-16 weeks ?

SKODA OCTAVIA1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr  Personal Lease £3953.29 /8000mpa/ 24 months @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
24 month lease @ national vehicle solutions £2400 upfront £239.99 fee 23 x £57.12 8000mpa Not bad for cheap run around for 2 yrs
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GeoffAngela

Yep. Confirmed this morning, with a requested delivery date of April next year (replacement for my current lease).

mancincheshire

Must be clearing out this model now as the DSG version of this same car is also available for an extra £345'ish https://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/Skoda-OCTAVIA-1.0-TSI-SE-Technology-5dr-DSG-Personal-Lease/74284

lolmann1

did you order one ?

neilcaldwell

No worries at all pal, No, they both use different front sensors mate. Lane assist uses the video camera located near the rear view mirror inside the windscreen to read the road and the white lines and steer the car accordingly. Adaptive cruise uses the radar sensor located under the front bumper. I think the only shared sensor here would be the lane assist (video) sensor may use the same sensor for the auto main beam to detect oncoming cars and street lights say. Which I guess is why you get cars with adaptive cruise but no lane assist as it hasn't got the rest of the hardware installed.

TN567

Haha oh yeah heard about the original ecoboost having "overheating" problems lol

*OUTRIGHT PURCHASE* BMW 1 Series M140 Hatch 3.0 i 340 Shadow Edition 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] [Professional Media] @ !st Choice Vehicle Leasing
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30/11/2018Expires on 30/11/2018Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
**Edit** I've just been informed that whilst the manual cars are technically no longer available to order from BMW, there are still a number in stock with manual gearboxes so the l… Read more
cantbRssed1

So they took a fee to introduce you to a deal that effectively didn’t exist? “Hey guys, if you all PayPal me £500 I’ll introduce you all to a deal where you can buy a McLaren P1 for £10000.” I’m sure there must be either something illegal or contractual that means they are obliged to refund you the full amount.

admando

It transpires that the £500 I sent them wasn't actually a deposit after all, it was a non refundable introduction fee to the deal. The deal fell through, due to Audi UK I think, but seems a bit harsh that I should be £500 down. They have agreed to refund £100 and said they will speak to Audi UK with a view to them refunding the rest.

admando

It transpires that the £500 I sent them wasn't actually a deposit after all, it was a non refundable introduction fee to the deal. The deal fell through, due to Audi UK I think, but seems a bit harsh that I should be £500 down. They have agreed to refund £100 and said they will speak to Audi UK with a view to them refunding the rest.

hotukbuythingswedontneed

Have you formally complained etc? This company will be moving millions, it's not in their interest to scam people for 500 quid. It'll be a unique situation that has fallen through the cracks of common sense - you need to find someone who isn't an idiot. Hopefully they employ one. If not, small claims it

lolmann1

Yes and placed an order :-) Happy as a pig in .... my local dealer couldnt touch this deal I know they have been very busy as i had to chase a couple of time for a quote but then i did change my spec a few times so poor guy must have been going mad haha

dippdopp

Europarts...the favourite 'sales' con of them all. Bought stuff with 50% off but you go into the shop to pick up and they are cheaper at full price on the shelf. Liars all

X3R3S

Their marketing approach is interesting. There are rules and regulations around ‘sale’ marketing that prevents businesses from being misleading about whether price is a real reduction or not. Using a constant stream of price fluctuations and discount codes that changes from week to week (without the price of the product changing by more than a few pence each time) allows ECP to skirt this regulation. It may say sale, but it is not. (Note: there may be some exceptions to this in their listings. When it comes to servicing my car, the prices are consistently similar...)

jakbli

There is no week without vouchers

Mercedes GLA 180 petrol AUTO – 2 Year Lease 8000 Annual Mileage £184.03 per month (23 months) Initial Rental £552.09 Processing Fee £199.00 - £4983.78 @ Leasing options
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So I’ve been on the hunt for a reasonably cheap lease deal that needed to tick a few boxes to tempt me. 1) Maximum 2 Year lease (don’t like the idea of being tied to a lease car f… Read more
skgwho

So what's the actual price?

Dan__

what an ugly car lol

rosscopecotrain

Sorry , think I took your post the wrong way ! 😳

xWaZeK

:/

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