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Old 09-22-2008, 07:11 PM
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So I gather Apppedigtree's name is BobbY? Last name?

I see he listr this as "his" website- is this his business or is he an employee? http://www.umipub.com/aboutumi/AboutUmi.aspx

I would assume Bobby is an employee of these folks- since the company is older than the age he lists. And since the company appears to have a business relationship with NASCAR, I'd imagine they don't like negative association on a public board like this.

So anyway, Bobby's number over there is 1-800-747-9287. I'll have a fax number in the AM
Last name is Pettus. He works for KDC Inc. (some kind of construction company, that's whats on his emails at least), not sure if he also works for UMI or not.

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Old 09-22-2008, 07:17 PM
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1135 N Tryon St
Charlotte, NC 28206
Phone: (704) 374-0420

Need that last name.

He's posting this afternoon about tearing all around Lake Norman in his new Skater. I wonder if all of his boat buddies know he's using the dough he didn't use to pay off the boat for his high-roller lifestyle?
I also found it hard to believe that he could set up, and participate in this big poker run and not have $4500 to pay off what was supposedly left on his loan. Gas is not cheap.
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Old 09-22-2008, 07:23 PM
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Hi Chris, we met you!


Hello bruin

In Florida we can apply for "lost Title", it takes 3 weeks, the state does a search, and gets another, (new) title..... you have a Bill of Sale......to prove you own the boat. Is that possible in your state? Then, give it to the lein-holder as collateral.

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Old 09-22-2008, 07:27 PM
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Hello bruin

In Florida we can apply for "lost Title", it takes 3 weeks, the state does a search, and gets another, (new) title..... you have a Bill of Sale......to prove you own the boat. Is that possible in your state? Then, give it to the lein-holder as collateral.

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But there is essentially two lien holders in this case.
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Thanks, I just wish I had all of the paperwork work taken care of so that I can enjoy it.
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Yes we did!

Except for the ending, the race was a great weekend. I'm just glad the Tomcat guys are going to be OK.

They've got some good pics of us on the freezeframe website. I thought the starter boats were the best part of the whole event
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But there is essentially two lien holders in this case.
But I don't think it matters! You have a bill of sale and a copy of the check right? Let the first lein holder chase the origional owner! I think you will be allright!
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But I don't think it matters! You have a bill of sale and a copy of the check right? Let the first lein holder chase the origional owner! I think you will be allright!
I sure hope so. Thanks for the info. I am going to look into this option a little more because it pretty much puts the responsibility in my bank's hands and I won't have to worry about it.
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