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Old 11-15-2004, 05:55 PM
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WHORE!!!

It takes some stones to post a list right under someone saying they lost $25K and nobody should buy anything from anyone associated.

I agree!! What a DICK!
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Old 11-15-2004, 06:22 PM
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Hang on one second boys....

Colin is not a bad guy at all....
See, Colin and I both worked for National during their spiral...
The employees had no idea what was going on, until the shiz really hit the fan.

We, as salespeople, simply sold the boat/did the deal, and sent the paperwork to the accounting department where all the money was moved and loans were collected....
Colin and I had no idea this was really going on until everything just sort of came out in one big blowup.

There is no doubt that Bill Hionas is a liar, theif, SOB, etc. He should be in jail, in a cell with a 350 lb 20 yr inmate, with a case of Viagra.
FYI- the SOB owes me about $13k in back commissions, and I know he owes Colin at least that.

So, be easy on Colin. he doesn't work for, nor is associated with National or Wild Bill Hionas.
Colin works for the bank, and can help you get a hell of a buy on a boat. He's a honest guy.
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WOW You mean this jerk is still out on the streets?
I saw this Mo Fo in Maimi about a month ago. He acts like nothing is wrong..

Oh, and he thinks he is going to get back in the business!!
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Okay....well still a little thought-less.
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i have to agree, no problem with Collin. I purchased my boat from national and traded the 22ft Avanti that Collin is rep'ing (which by the way i still have the title for and didnt sign a power of atty cause i was owed $$$ and refused to until Nat'l settled with me and didnt) but on the other hand Collin has been the middle man between Sudar and myself and i thought we had an agreement that if i settled for a lesser amount than actually owed we'd swap check for title when i agreed now they want me to wait to do so until he sells my trade (which he cant do since i have the title)
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bs colin worked there longer than tim g... and from what i heard if you didnt know what was u had your head in the sand... i guess bill wrenched all the boats himself? moving of motors from boat to boat same for drives and no one there saw what was going on? froudulent paperwork...work orders...mismatched HIN/titles...
plus this "make offer"... i know the real prices they will take... what a mess
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bs colin worked there longer than tim g... and from what i heard if you didnt know what was u had your head in the sand... i guess bill wrenched all the boats himself? moving of motors from boat to boat same for drives and no one there saw what was going on? froudulent paperwork...work orders...mismatched HIN/titles...
plus this "make offer"... i know the real prices they will take... what a mess

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i have to agree, no problem with Collin. I purchased my boat from national and traded the 22ft Avanti that Collin is rep'ing (which by the way i still have the title for and didnt sign a power of atty cause i was owed $$$ and refused to until Nat'l settled with me and didnt) but on the other hand Collin has been the middle man between Sudar and myself and i thought we had an agreement that if i settled for a lesser amount than actually owed we'd swap check for title when i agreed now they want me to wait to do so until he sells my trade (which he cant do since i have the title)

Bernie,

I have some decent bids on your boat now that i cleaned it up, so I think we can work something out on your title now. Why don't you get in touch with me tomorrow, so all the OSO j/o's don't get their noses in your deal.
 
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bs colin worked there longer than tim g... and from what i heard if you didnt know what was u had your head in the sand... i guess bill wrenched all the boats himself? moving of motors from boat to boat same for drives and no one there saw what was going on? froudulent paperwork...work orders...mismatched HIN/titles...
plus this "make offer"... i know the real prices they will take... what a mess

Tim G worked there for about 3 weeks.

The cleaning lady worked there longer than he did, he just walked into a warzone at the same time the rest of us were trying to evacuate. And like I said before, if I wasn;t owed an obscene amount of money, I would have had something else lined up and moved on when I saw Sherrif's stickers on my computer screen when i arrived at work one day.

Did you ever notice none of MY customers are on OSO *****ing and whining about how I handled them and treated them.
 
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TIM G.,

Thanks for backing me up.

Hope all is well, despite the Cluster F of the last few months.

We both know that none of our customers, or Eddie's, or any one elses holds us responsible for what was done behind the scenes once we turned our deals into finance.

I guess now we know why the ACV values were kept TOP SECRET from all salespeople. Wish we knew sooner

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