Yardaroo https://yardaroo.com Shop garage sales and estate sales Thu, 24 Sep 2020 14:35:49 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.4.2 https://yardaroo.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/cropped-logo-1-32x32.jpg Yardaroo https://yardaroo.com 32 32 Building Trust With Your Customer & Closing the Deal https://yardaroo.com/2020/09/24/building-trust-with-your-customer-closing-the-deal/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=building-trust-with-your-customer-closing-the-deal Thu, 24 Sep 2020 14:35:49 +0000 https://yardaroo.com/?p=1397 Building trust with your customer is critical to closing deals. Exhibit A: The used car salesperson Let’s say you’re shopping for a car. You’d love to buy new, but your budget demands that you get yourself into a nice used vehicle. Dealership A: You find a car that you like, […]

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Building trust with your customer is critical to closing deals.

Exhibit A: The used car salesperson

Let’s say you’re shopping for a car. You’d love to buy new, but your budget demands that you get yourself into a nice used vehicle.

Dealership A:

You find a car that you like, but the sticker price seems high based on your research. You talk to a sales associate and tell them that the Kelley Blue Book value is $10,000. The sales associate reminds you that no one really goes by KBB and that their prices are the best in town.

Dealership B:

You find the same car as above. A sales associate greets you and takes you for a test drive. During the drive, you tell her about your experience at the previous dealership. Without hesitating, she reaches into the glovebox and pulls out a printout of the KBB page for the car. You both agree that the price is a little high and reach an agreement.

Dealership B’s customer is now the proud owner of a nice used car and the sales associate just closed a deal.

The same principle applies to your garage sale.

Building trust with your customer means expecting that they’ve come prepared. You probably don’t know anything your customer doesn’t already know, so being upfront and transparent will make them that much more comfortable to buy with you.

Just remember; your customer has Google. They have eBay. They’ve likely already done the research to know what something is worth, especially if it’s valuable. In the off chance they don’t know, you still benefit by gaining their trust.

Trust is the name of the game, and the more you can show your customer that you’re trustworthy, the more deals you’re going to close.

Being upfront and transparent is a better sales strategy than not. Helping your customer find information, or validating information they already have is an easy and effective approach.

Selling a rare item? Look up what it sold for on eBay in the past. Print it out and put it right next to the item during your sale. Show that you want to help them make good buying decisions.

“Wait, but, eBay is selling my item for less than I want!”

You can set your prices to whatever you want. Just because eBay sold your item cheaper doesn’t mean that’s what you have to sell it for.

“Yes, it was cheaper on eBay. If it’s still for sale, and you’re willing to pay $10 shipping and wait a week, then absolutely go and buy it on eBay. But if you want it now, this is my price.”

Be transparent and show your customers that you’re doing fair business with them. They will respond by buying more form you.

Close more deals by building trust with your customers.

Ready to list your sale? List it on Yardaroo for free!

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Investment https://yardaroo.com/2020/06/15/investment/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=investment Mon, 15 Jun 2020 15:47:46 +0000 https://yardaroo.com/?p=1328 Providing touch free mobile payments for local buyers and sellers is the cornerstone of the Yardaroo mobile platform. Yardaroo is an exciting new startup with international ambitions. Our mission is to provide local buyers and sellers with time saving, value-driven tools that enhance the garage and estate sale experience. The […]

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Yardaroo is the ultimate garage and estate sale finder app

Providing touch free mobile payments for local buyers and sellers is the cornerstone of the Yardaroo mobile platform.

Yardaroo is an exciting new startup with international ambitions.

Our mission is to provide local buyers and sellers with time saving, value-driven tools that enhance the garage and estate sale experience.

The opportunity for growth with Yardaroo is exponential. Integrations, innovation and new markets to explore will make Yardaroo a very exciting addition to any portfolio.

If you are interested in exploring opportunities to invest in Yardaroo, we would love to have a discussion with you.

Reach out to us via email at investment [at] yardaroo.com to schedule a meeting.

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Our Team https://yardaroo.com/2020/06/15/our-team/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=our-team Mon, 15 Jun 2020 14:35:41 +0000 https://yardaroo.com/?p=1321 Yardaroo started from humble beginnings in the summer of 2018. A textbook definition of a bootstrapped startup business, founder and COO Andy Mitchell invested his life savings and countless hours of development time into the first version of the Yardaroo platform, released in early spring 2019. Humble beginnings What started […]

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Yardaroo - Our Team
Andy Mitchell (Founder, COO), Andrew Then (Founder, CEO)

Yardaroo started from humble beginnings in the summer of 2018. A textbook definition of a bootstrapped startup business, founder and COO Andy Mitchell invested his life savings and countless hours of development time into the first version of the Yardaroo platform, released in early spring 2019.

Humble beginnings

What started as a simple garage sale finder app quickly turned into a pinnacle of mobile payments technology, driven in large part by co-founder and CEO Andrew Then. Andrew’s years of experience in the estate sale industry brings to bear unique knowledge and battle-tested product ideas.

When “the 2 Andy’s” officially partnered in late winter 2019, they immediately began to expand the scope of Yardaroo, building a mobile, touch-free payments platform that rivals any major payments app available today.

An unfair advantage

Andrew’s domain knowledge combined with Andy’s decades experience in software engineering give Yardaroo a distinct tactical advantage over other competitors in the buy/sell space. The team’s ability to quickly innovate, deploy and disrupt keeps the competition in “catch-up” mode.

People first

Yardaroo is a people-first company, building tools that are both meaningful and easy to use by everyone. Inclusive, future-focused and with a strong belief in the power of teams, Yardaroo continues to drive innovation in the local buy/sell space with international ambitions.

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How Amazon Effects Your Estate Sale Traffic https://yardaroo.com/2019/10/29/amazon-estate-sale/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=amazon-estate-sale Tue, 29 Oct 2019 21:22:33 +0000 http://yardaroo.com/?p=1231 If you're already promoting these 5 key advantages to shop with YOU and your estate sale over Amazon, then you're already ahead of the game. If not, start telling your customers about the great reasons to shop with you first before they click that "Free 2 Day Shipping" button.

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The average Amazon Prime member spends $1.4k each year with Amazon.

That’s crazy, considering that Amazon has more than 95 million Prime members. These are embedded, loyal shoppers who, when you ask them where they shop, inevitably say “Amazon.”

What’s crazier? I am a loyal Amazon Prime member. In all likelihood, you are, too. And that’s OK! There are lots of reasons to shop Amazon aside from convenience. OK, maybe not. But still, you can’t beat the ease of picking up your phone, clicking a button or two and getting a smiling box 2 days later.

But therein lies the problem. If we can’t make buying used products as “normal” and easy as clicking a button on Amazon, we’re all in a whole bunch of trouble.

Let’s look at some of the advantages of shopping with Amazon and then contrast them with attractive attributes that you can use to promote your estate sale:

Amazon

  1. Shop 24/7
  2. No vehicle necessary
  3. Saving time
  4. Product availability
  5. Free or low-cost shipping

vs.

Your Estate Sale

  1. Pay and take it home
    • Nobody actually likes waiting for things to be shipped. Promote the speed that someone can take an item home!
  2. The ability to interact with products before buying
    • Pictures and ratings are great, but nothing beats being able to inspect an item before buying.
  3. Customer service
    • People like dealing with other people, especially when the other person is friendly. Amazon is cold to its customers, you can be warm!
  4. Save your customers time, too!
    • Have your sale organized for speedy shopping. Use Yardaroo Marketplaces to let your shoppers order ahead of time and pick up. You can compete on time savings!
  5. The experience!
    • You have the opportunity to provide a shopping experience that digital stores can’t! This is super powerful, use it to your advantage.

As you can see, YOU have some great tools at your disposal to help you compete against Amazon.

If you’re already promoting these 5 key advantages to shop with YOU and your estate sale over Amazon, then you’re already ahead of the game. If not, start telling your customers about the great reasons to shop with you first before they click that “Free 2 Day Shipping” button.

How do I get started on Yardaroo?

Head over to Apple App Store or Android Play Store and download the app for free. List your sale, build your marketplace and get selling the right way!

Download Yardaroo on Google Play

Follow Andy on Twitter @YardarooDude

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Garage Sales in the Age of Privacy https://yardaroo.com/2019/10/13/garage-sales-in-the-age-of-privacy/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=garage-sales-in-the-age-of-privacy Sun, 13 Oct 2019 12:05:31 +0000 http://yardaroo.com/?p=1189 Privacy is a top concern for most of us. How can we protect ourselves from scams, fraud and identity theft? When we want to promote our garage sales online, how can we protect ourselves? Top 5 tips to protect your privacy online during your garage sale #1 – Hide your […]

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Privacy is a top concern for most of us. How can we protect ourselves from scams, fraud and identity theft? When we want to promote our garage sales online, how can we protect ourselves?

Top 5 tips to protect your privacy online during your garage sale

#1 – Hide your address until your sale starts

Posting your garage sale to a public website with your home address exposed can be uncomfortable. The best thing you can do to keep your privacy safe is hide your address until your sale event actually starts. This way, shoppers can still browse the map to see upcoming sales, but they won’t see exactly where you are.

#2 – Keep strong passwords

Your password is STILL the most important part of keeping your privacy safe online. Some browsers will actually generate strong passwords for you. It’s worth letting the browser generate and store your password than using the same weak password across all of your accounts. If you want more control, give it due diligence and make good, strong passwords.

#3 – Don’t post pictures of people

If you’re taking pictures of your garage sale, make sure there are aren’t any people in the picture, especially shoppers and children! Posting pictures of other people without permission is a violation of their privacy, and posting pictures of kids can be very dangerous. Post pictures of the stuff you’re selling and that’s it.

#4 – Don’t leave your electronic devices unattended

Sometimes when you’re having a sale, you’ll use a laptop or iPad or your mobile phone. Don’t leave your devices laying around! Remember to lock your screens. Never let a stranger use your personal devices.

#5 – Check your financial accounts often during and after your sale

What’s the first thing you do when you come home from vacation? You check your bank account!

Do the same thing during your garage sale. Set up alerts for suspicious activity in your online bank accounts and financial institutions. Check your accounts frequently both during and after your sale and if you see something wrong, report it immediately.

Need assistance with your Yardaroo Payments account? Contact us 24/7 so we can help you.

Following these simple tips will help you safeguard your privacy during and after your garage sale.

How do I get started on Yardaroo?

Head over to Apple App Store or Android Play Store and download the app for free. List your sale, build your marketplace and get selling the right way!

Download Yardaroo on Google Play

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Can garage sales help local business? https://yardaroo.com/2019/10/03/can-garage-sales-help-local-business/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=can-garage-sales-help-local-business Thu, 03 Oct 2019 15:36:49 +0000 http://yardaroo.com/?p=1130 tldr; Local businesses are under constant threat by big box retailers like WalMart and online giants like Amazon. Mega corporations suck the life out of local communities with the promise of cheap products and free shipping. But everything has a cost. And the cost for those cheaper products and free […]

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Local businesses are under constant threat by big box retailers like WalMart and online giants like Amazon. Mega corporations suck the life out of local communities with the promise of cheap products and free shipping.

But everything has a cost. And the cost for those cheaper products and free shipping is our small town way of life.

As predatory corporations continue to drive local retailers out of business, a vacuum of opportunity is created. Jobs disappear, wealth disappears, family owned businesses close and our small town way of life is eventually erased.

A cultural shift needs to occur. We as consumers must decide to end our support for invasive corporate retailers and begin putting our money back into our local communities by supporting local businesses again. It’s critical to the survival of our identity and way of life.

In a garden, if there are no nutrients for the plants, the plants will die. The same holds true for local businesses; without local consumer support, local businesses die.

Local business - Long live local business!

Some people might say “Well, if they can’t compete then they should die!”

Some people might say “Well, if they can’t compete then they should die!,” but the truth is that is exactly what we don’t want to happen. We want a thriving local business community, supported by a strong local customer base.

Local business = less taxes for YOU

Do you think that mega retailers like Amazon and WalMart pay their fair share of local taxes in your town or village? Think again. These mega corporations use predatory business and legal tactics to pay way less in local taxes than local businesses.

Who cares? Stuff is cheap at WalMart!

Local business - pay your taxes son

When WalMart pays less in taxes, who pays the difference? The answer is you.

If WalMart is paying less taxes, and local programs like health and education need funding, who pays the difference? The answer is you.

You will pay MORE in taxes because WalMart pays LESS.

A local budget is what it is, so when one party pays less, the other must pay more. Extend this to include roads/infrastructure, food/health programs, outreach programs, etc.

When you shop with corporate retailers, you’ re paying them to screw you over in the long run.

Local business = better customer service

Local business owners are your neighbors. They go to the same church as you do. They BBQ in the same parks as your family does.

When business owners and their workers live near customers and interact with them face to face, they provide infinitely better and personalized customer service.

Have you ever had to request a refund on Amazon or Facebook? Not fun.

Local business - customer service is kind of a big deal

Need a refund from Ted at the local hardware store? “Let me give you your money back, and here’s a 10% off coupon for you trouble.” – Ted, local hardware store owner.

Local business = local re-investment

When local businesses thrive, they tend to hire local people to fill positions at their company. They hire local contractors to help build expansions. Neighborhood kids looking for summer jobs and internships can count on local business. People in need of a second job look to local businesses, because their main corporate job doesn’t pay enough.

Everywhere you look, when your local community needs a boost, local businesses provide.

Youth sports, church fundraisers and charities

Local businesses play a critical role in fundraising and support for your favorite local activities. Everything from sponsoring your nephews baseball team to buying ads in local newspapers, local businesses are there.

When you donate $5 – $10 for a local event or charity, a local business somewhere near you might be donating $1000+. In return, we as shoppers owe it to local businesses to give them our loyalty and support.

Can Yardaroo help?

One of our big mission goals at Yardaroo is to bring more shopping dollars into small towns and villages from surrounding towns and big cities.

When folks list their sales on Yardaroo, they have the potential to bring in shoppers from outside their own town or village to come spend money locally. The increase in “shopping tourism” will have a huge positive impact on local retailers, service providers and restaurants.

Just imagine your small town, with dozens of garage sales on Yardaroo, bringing in hundreds or thousands of shopping tourists every day to experience your local shops and restaurants.

It’s a beautiful vision, and it can be done!

Local businesses, people selling at garage sales and smart shoppers all play a part in a healthy local economy (TLDR)

Local businesses, people selling at garage sales and local shoppers can create a new type of reuse-based economic system where local businesses and their communities thrive.

People having local sale events like garage sales and estate sales help bring fresh shopping traffic every day by selling their unique and interesting stuff on Yardaroo. Shoppers can travel to new places for get great deals and experience local culture in nearby towns and villages.

Stronger local communities, a stronger local economy and a growth model for small towns and villages across America.

How do I get started on Yardaroo?

Head over to Apple App Store or Android Play Store and download the app for free. List your sale, build your marketplace and get selling the right way!

Download Yardaroo on Google Play

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Climate change solutions https://yardaroo.com/2019/09/30/climate-change-solutions/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=climate-change-solutions Mon, 30 Sep 2019 16:54:35 +0000 http://yardaroo.com/?p=1101 tldr; Climate change solutions are a big focus for many tech startups today. And rightfully so! We want to leave behind a planet that is in great condition for generations to come. We should all want that, whether you have kids or not. Lots of smart people with great ideas […]

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Climate change solutions are a big focus for many tech startups today. And rightfully so! We want to leave behind a planet that is in great condition for generations to come. We should all want that, whether you have kids or not.

Lots of smart people with great ideas

Many people with lots of good ideas on how to address climate change are busy day in and day out to discover and test their solutions. From developing renewable energy sources to reforestation and everything in between, there are some really smart people working on really big, awesome projects to preserve and conserve our planet.

But what about us?

Should we just count on the smart people “over there” to do all of the work? Or should we be doing more? Can we do more? What’s the point?

Well, we do some stuff to fight climate change…

We recycle (most of us anyway). We have gardens and plant trees and run our dogs through nature preserves. We eat organic tofu.

…but, we’re still trying to keep up with the Combses.

Keep up with the Combses

We also have, and insist on having, brand new everything. This dated (and in the face of climate change, toxic) consumer mindset is a huge blocker to real and long lasting progress.

Not only is it the prime directive of Yardaroo to get many more people shopping for used goods just like they might shop at WalMart or on Amazon, but it’s something that we can all do with very little effort that would have a tremendous impact in our global effort to slow, if not reverse, climate change.

How is buying secondhand a climate change solution?

By itself, it’s not. None of them are, even the most awesome ideas out there will require comprehensive change. But, none of the climate change solutions being worked on will hold long term without a drastic reduction in carbon emissions and solid landfill waste, particularly non-biodegradable plastic packaging.

Keurig cups

And when you think about it, it makes a ton of sense – what’s the point of transitioning to completely renewable green energy if we’re still pumping tons of carbon and Styrofoam peanuts into the environment to deliver your case of non-biodegradable Keurig cups overnight from Amazon?

What can we do?

The answer is simple, but not easy. Every single one of us, young and old, rich and poor, need to buy new stuff online way less and start buying used stuff locally way more.

Where can I shop for used stuff?

Garage sales, estate sales and consignment shops are a great place to start. You will find name brand used clothes, cars, electronics, appliances – available in great condition – at any given estate sale. Consignment shops usually filter out the low end stuff and sell the really good stuff, so if you’re a fashionista looking for that unique “something,” then your local consignment shop is a great choice.

Conclusion (TLDR)

If each of us shopped for used stuff just 10% of the time consistently, we would be helping in the fight against climate change in a BIG way. We don’t even need to be rocket scientists to do it, just smart shoppers.

How do I get started on Yardaroo?

Head over to Apple App Store or Android Play Store and download the app for free. List your sale, build your marketplace and get selling the right way!

Download Yardaroo on Google Play

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Garage sale near me now https://yardaroo.com/2019/09/24/garage-sale-near-me-now/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=garage-sale-near-me-now Tue, 24 Sep 2019 13:58:29 +0000 http://yardaroo.com/?p=1032 Garage sale near me now – what to look for in a garage sale finder app. There are dozens of garage sale finder apps available. All of varying degrees value. When you ask google to find garage sales near you, you’ll get good results but then you have to do […]

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Garage sale near me now – what to look for in a garage sale finder app.

There are dozens of garage sale finder apps available. All of varying degrees value. When you ask google to find garage sales near you, you’ll get good results but then you have to do a bunch of work to map them out and get directions. Even then, you can’t shop the garage sale ahead of time online! What’s the value in that?

You should be using an app to do all of this work for you. Here are the top 5 things the best garage sale finder app should do for you for free:

1. Find garage sales near you quickly & put them on a map

This is a no-brainer! The best app will save you time by aggregating sales nearby and putting them on an interactive map for you.

2. Let you create a route – in the app!

The best app will let you create routes right in the app. If the app kicks you out to a different map app, then it’s not a good app. Period.

3. Easily search for merchandise that interests you

Allowing you to search for stuff that actually interests you is key. The best apps automate keyword generation using artificial intelligence (AI) so that you can find EXACTLY what you’re looking for, not just categories of stuff like “Antiques” or “Household.”

4. Make purchases in the app

What’s the point of using an app that doesn’t let you shop online? You should be able to see products, ask questions and make purchases right in the app.

5. Rate sellers

Good sellers should be rewarded, bad sellers should be flagged. This helps keep everyone honest. If an app doesn’t allow seller rating, how can buyers trust it?

Yardaroo is the best garage sale finder app available

The only app on the market that covers all 5 of these things is Yardaroo! If you’re serious about buying and selling at garage sales you need to use Yardaroo. It’s fast, free and simple.

How do I get started on Yardaroo?

Head over to Apple App Store or Android Play Store and download the app for free. List your sale, build your marketplace and get selling the right way!

Download Yardaroo on Google Play

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The hardest thing to sell on Facebook Marketplace is… https://yardaroo.com/2019/09/20/the-hardest-thing-to-sell-on-facebook-marketplace-is/#utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=the-hardest-thing-to-sell-on-facebook-marketplace-is Fri, 20 Sep 2019 12:18:00 +0000 http://yardaroo.com/?p=1022 The hardest thing to sell on Facebook Marketplace is… you guessed it… my mom! (No joke, when I asked in Facebook groups this came up a lot!) Seriously though, it’s getting harder and harder to sell ANYTHING on Facebook Marketplace. Rampant low balling, bots, unresponsive buyers, no-shows… the list goes […]

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The hardest thing to sell on Facebook Marketplace is… you guessed it… my mom! (No joke, when I asked in Facebook groups this came up a lot!)

Seriously though, it’s getting harder and harder to sell ANYTHING on Facebook Marketplace. Rampant low balling, bots, unresponsive buyers, no-shows… the list goes on. What has happened to the platform everyone thought was going to change local buying & selling forever?

Facebook Marketplace was never about their users

Let’s be honest – Facebook Marketplace was a corporate money-grab from the beginning. It wasn’t focused on solving any problems for buyers or sellers. It wasn’t designed to provide a good shopping experience for anyone. It was designed to be a part of the Facebook machine.

It’s too “free,” like “$$$ free…”

There’s an inherent problem when your product is too “free,” as in it costs nothing for anyone to use – the quality of the product degrades over time and loses its value. Not just the software or the platform itself, but the quality of users is able to sink way too low. Between people selling used condoms to bots sending obnoxious notifications, the selling experience suffers exponentially for good, honest buyers and sellers. Also, whenever something is free, it’s safe to assume that YOU are the product being sold. Remember that.

So… what is Yardaroo doing about it?

Yardaroo is the polar opposite of Facebook Marketplace. We have set out to solve a very specific & important problem in local buying & selling, and that is bringing more shoppers to local sale events like yours. We also care very, very deeply about both the buying & selling experience on our platform. We don’t have any other motivation than to offer the absolute best buying & selling app available. Period.

Garage sales, estate sales & consignment shops need shopper traffic to succeed. As a seller on Yardaroo, you can easily list your sale event and then attach your own private marketplace to let shoppers browse your items. Shoppers make an offer, pay online and pickup locally at your sale event. You then have the opportunity to sell even more to your shoppers while they pick up. Win/win for everyone.

Our shopping experience is simple with easy-to-use tools that make haggling and communication fun and meaningful. It’s tough to run bots on our platform, so no more spammy “Is this item still available?” messages.

Yardaroo gives buyers a unique shopping-cart based experience that puts our local buying & selling experience on par with the likes of Amazon, Wal-Mart and other secure online retailers. It’s simply a better buying & selling experience for everyone involved.

How do I get started on Yardaroo?

Head over to Apple App Store or Android Play Store and download the app for free. List your sale, build your marketplace and get selling the right way!

Download Yardaroo on Google Play

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