Richard Sockett

(29/07/1970 / Sheffield)

Betterware Book


Brilliant products you can't live without catch your eye
Egg timers, floor mops and dishes for a pie
Take a look through your book, quick, you only have a week
Then write your order and leave it on the step for me to seek
Even if you are not in I will come to collect when I say
Remember, look on the back, that will give you the day
We need books back so others can choose to look
All we ask is don't throw it in the bin, just return the book
Records of where each book is sent are kept on file
Every one must be accounted for so just hand it back and smile

Buying from us is not compulsary, I don't mind if you say no
Order with confidence, if something is faulty, then back it will go
Our distributors remain cheerful in sun and rain and snow
Keep this in mind and watch our friendship grow

Thank you from your Betterware distributor

Submitted: Friday, September 11, 2009

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