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Old 03-23-2005, 10:39 AM
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Ya what is up with this guy? The only think that makes any sence is that YOU get your boat back. What is keeping that guy from selling the boat then taking the money and putting it in his pocket and saying sorry go after the new guy?

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I thought thats what already happend...
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Old 03-23-2005, 11:59 AM
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I thought thats what already happend...
And from what I can tell is going to happen again!!!
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Old 03-23-2005, 12:07 PM
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I kind of have a feeling that we won't be hearing from Mr. TRichter anymore. Just a hunch, but I think that the phknlwyr hit it on the head.

If it stinks like chit, it usually is chit......and this whole story stinks like chit!
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Old 03-23-2005, 01:01 PM
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But Craig if Phknlwyr is correct (oh God save us all if that is true) you got to give the guy a A for creativity on the advertising front
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The only thing this thread is missing is the cheap Rolex offer..........
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Old 03-23-2005, 01:22 PM
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My question exactly.
If he's supposidly going to pay off the note, then he is out the bucks and you walk away happy. Is he going to sue the guy he bought it from?

This guy has a fake title, right?
What's to prevent him from selling it and taking the money? Think about it. He's got the boat, a clean title, what's to stop him?
I'd get a signed contract stating how it's all to worked out.

Somethings wrong here. I don't think it'll go the way you want it.
His attorney is sending me a contract, specifying the details, the attorney will handle the deal with the check being made out to me and Greentree finance, then I will sign off the titles. Tom
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Call me Oliver Stone but I'm throwing out a conspiracy theory here: start a thread on OSO getting your "lost" boat amazing free press. Indulge the story with tails of fraud, scienter, and (ahg!) brokers. Then, detail a happy ending with a, "Hey, the Boat's for sale" punchline and whammo, you've got the best OSO Classified ever created. Just a thought. Anyway, Oliver Stone's a tool.
I was asked to keep you all up to date on this, and that is what I am doing. Tom
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Make sure you know if this lawer is a memeber of the bar and know what firm that he works for. You may want to hire one out that way to go check him out.

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I agree on the thread #s. I can't keep track of the Michael Jackson trial or the poor woman starving in Florida for worrying about what thread he is going to start next.
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I agree on the thread #s. I can't keep track of the Michael Jackson trial or the poor woman starving in Florida for worrying about what thread he is going to start next.

Maybe he found the boat at the NeverLand Ranch and is going to sell it to pay the judge off and get the Florida girl back on life support.....
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