Online stores -- like eToys.com, Amazon.com and Walmart.com -- are taking the sting out of the recent run of recalls by sending e-mail notices to customers who bought an affected item on their sites.
The notices point out exactly what the product is, when it was purchased and offer detailed online information about the recall and what a consumer should do with the affected item.
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