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Old 02-20-2006, 09:16 AM
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this was posted on here a week or so ago. I believe someone said it was an insurance scam.
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Old 02-20-2006, 10:31 AM
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this was posted on here a week or so ago. I believe someone said it was an insurance scam.
Life insurance?!!!
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Life insurance?!!!
I ll say life insurance, I dont think the chances of surviving that are good
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I ll say life insurance, I dont think the chances of surviving that are good
ditto, dont see how they could have gotten away fast enough to avoid getting run over, drowing, and the prop. most liekyl all onboard were doa
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I use that video in my Boating Safety Course. It's probably about 20 years old by now.

It was an Insurance job, by the way. The sailboat owner couldn't keep up the payments and picked a pretty bad method to pay the thing off.

Unfortunately, (for him) the accident investigation picked up on the scheme, and the carrier refused payment and filed fraud charges.
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I would like read the whole story, anyone have it?
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KAMAKAZEE no doubt
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Why would he have turned to the left????
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Why would he have turned to the left????
( we call it port)


read above, did it on purpose to cause collision for insurance
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Blowboater With No Brains What Else Is New :d
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