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    • 4/21/2014
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    • 20140320-2B51C-2147446166
    Incident Description: My baby received a Paci-Plushie as a gift. http://www.paciplushies.com these stuffed animals are designed to be used by infants with pacifiers. Today I walked in and found her choking on the tag attached to the stuffed animal which had come off in her mouth, ... (More)
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    (3/31/2014) We have received and responded to your email in regards to your defective product. Generally, the tag would not come off as a Pull Test is required for all loose parts. We have offered to replace your defective unicorn, with no response. We also state on the ... (More)
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