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What A Card

While Mole is all for making the best out of a bad situation, it couldn’t help but think greetings card firm Greetz.co.uk has missed the point.

Last week the firm thought it would exploit market conditions by launching a range of cards to mark the credit crunch.

Gavin Stirrat, managing director of Greetz.co.uk, says it launched the range to raise a smile in tough times.

But at £2.99 a pop, Mole suspects it won’t be helping many through the crunch besides itself.

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