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It sounds like you are covered in your Terms and Conditions.
I suggest that you do one or two of these and see what happens before shipping them all out.
Can you make things out of any material? Just wondering.
Yes, I apologize if I was unclear.
Charge/ship two of the items and carefully track what happens - as an experiment, just to make sure. It may turn out that the credit cards are no good or the addresses are no good, and I don't want you to feel overwhelmed if things were going wrong with all of the shipments at the same time.
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