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Old 03-20-2005, 09:07 AM
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What do you do if the guy who has the boat is doing a complete re rig and when you get there the boat is just the plastic?
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Old 03-20-2005, 11:34 AM
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This is a prime example of why you should Document you boat with the USCG. What's a few hundred bucks to help protect 100K? Although it won't stop it, nobody will finance it when the guy tries to sell it anywhere in the US. What's more, your stolen boat is being watched by the USCG, not just your local state water authority.
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What do you do if the guy who has the boat is doing a complete re rig and when you get there the boat is just the plastic?

Walk directly to the closest bar and order 3 of whatever it is you drink. It will be a good place to start the process.
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TR, Swing by and pick me up we'll get your boat back. I'll bring a couple of friends........
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Old 03-20-2005, 01:32 PM
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Walk directly to the closest bar and order 3 of whatever it is you drink. It will be a good place to start the process.
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http://www.4playmarinerv.com/ how come he is not paying you
look he has a business, attach a lean on the place.
it would seem to me that now that he has not paid you that your
expenses and interest would be accumulating again.



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alright i'm back and in a boat swiping mood....
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http://www.4playmarinerv.com/ how come he is not paying you
look he has a business, attach a lean on the place.
it would seem to me that now that he has not paid you that your
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He rents, boats are not his, there on cosignment
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Old 03-20-2005, 07:09 PM
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He rents, boats are not his, there on cosignment
If this happened in New York.The guy would get a visit from the boys, and phucko would go for a ride in the trunk for an afternoon to let him think about his scumbag manuever.
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