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Hi to all!

For those of us that have used wises and found it to be a labourisious slow loading waste of time.... It was great to find the www.smaps.co.nz website provided by the team from Trade Me.
it was newer, faster, more up to date, more user friendly.... and for those of us that needed to find an address or driving directions in a hurry for work or personal use, it was quick and pretty much painless.
Trade Me have issued a statement on their Smaps website stating that the service will be discontinued as of the 01/12/08.
We the undersigned ask that you take into account that this service draws us all to the group of sites that make up the trademe group and that you consider to continue to provide the service that Smaps is.

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