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What is the meaning of "REALIZED EXCLUSIVE FOR" Options
nakknock
Posted: Friday, March 17, 2017 4:55:35 AM
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Hello guys!

I am about to order a customized jacket, but face a real problem!

I need to fill out the table "REALIZED EXCLUSIVE FOR", but have no idea what that means.

The table goes like this.

1) NAME & SURNAME

2) REALIZED EXCLUSIVE FOR

3) ADDRESS

4) CODE

5) CITY

And so forth....

Please let me know what "realized exclusive for" stand for!

Thank you!
Hope123
Posted: Friday, March 17, 2017 3:28:21 PM

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Hi knakknock.

Sorry but I don't know. I have never seen such a term before. Probably nobody has answered because it does not make sense in that context. I do not even want to hazard a guess. Is that all it says or is there more context? Is it the correct word? Could it mean exclusively for a specific company? Perhaps someone who is more familiar with this type of thing will answer.

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Romany
Posted: Saturday, March 18, 2017 5:20:27 AM
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It seems to be an attempt to write/translate a particular phrase in English - but also have no idea which one!

Knakknock, I would fill in the rest but leave that one blank and tell them you didn't know what it meant. It certainly has no meaning in English. They will have to explain if it's important to them.
Hope123
Posted: Saturday, March 18, 2017 12:06:14 PM

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Romany wrote:

It seems to be an attempt to write/translate a particular phrase in English - but also have no idea which one!

Knakknock, I would fill in the rest but leave that one blank and tell them you didn't know what it meant. It certainly has no meaning in English. They will have to explain if it's important to them.


Good idea to leave it blank, Romany.

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