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Old 01-08-2011, 10:09 PM   #61
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Re: Transporting a Sportsmobile to Fresno and Back (Denver)

The guy must be the most stupid dude around. You’d think he would have smeared out the mileage and rewrote it. What an idiot but better to deal with a dummy than a smart shyster.
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Old 01-10-2011, 09:32 PM   #62
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Re: Transporting a Sportsmobile to Fresno and Back (Denver)

Holy Sh@t
Jage I just read this for the first time tonight. I had no Idea you were having all this trouble. I quit using McNut because they always had something go wrong but nothing like this. Thank god it wasnt worse.
just like some others have said Im really pissed.

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Old 01-11-2011, 05:52 AM   #63
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People are scum.
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Old 01-11-2011, 06:19 AM   #64
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Re: Transporting a Sportsmobile to Fresno and Back (Denver)

I think we should have a Sportsmobile meet and greet at the dude's home and surround him with angry Sportsmobilers. Perhaps we can take him for a ride on some long, desolate, dirt road in the middle of Southern Utah, drop him off and let him walk back. Or we could take him to Toroweep Overlook in the Grand Canyon and just drop him period. This kind of stuff makes one believe in capital punishment!
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Old 01-11-2011, 07:52 AM   #65
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I think we should have a Sportsmobile meet and greet at the dude's home and surround him with angry Sportsmobilers.
Or you could call McNutt and ask them if it's true, tell them what you think about letting their subcontractor lie and forge shipping documents.

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Re: Transporting a Sportsmobile to Fresno and Back (Denver)

Great idea. What is their number? Let's flood them with complaints!
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Re: Transporting a Sportsmobile to Fresno and Back (Denver)

I already made my call..
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Re: Transporting a Sportsmobile to Fresno and Back (Denver)

Horrible story!

After a quick read my thought was, how much wear was on your VAN towing a trailer with the return vehicle on it?

Sorry not trying to add insult to injury....
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Horrible story!

After a quick read my thought was, how much wear was on your VAN towing a trailer with the return vehicle on it?

Sorry not trying to add insult to injury....
Exactly what I thought too.
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X3 but I wasn't about to say it.
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