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Old 07-18-2013
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Re: Are ALL Sellers LYING MORONIC DOUCHBAGS??

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Originally Posted by TJC45 View Post
Again, no problem with the normal minor things a survey would find.

The issue is disclosure. The problem is the sellers/brokers do know but do not disclose. it is what has the OP so upset that he calls them lying DBs! I agree with him.

As far as how many boats have i owned and how long i've been around boats? Funny how by my questioning the process you take me as newb who just fell off a hay wagon. Apparently questioning an imbedded process is a foreign concept here. So just to restate it again, I question the offer - disclosure order of business that is the boat selling industry. Bidding without disclosure is bidding in the blind. Of course all offers are contingent. And surveys will turn up nit picking problems. Most of which won't slow the process. Not what this is about.


To answer your question:

I've owned boats since i was 17 years old. Lets count the boats i've owned-

18' Winner ( or was it a 19'?)

Hobie 16 ( I've owned 3)

Hobie 14

Hobie 18

Inter 20

Inter 17

J22

Mariner 19

Beneteau First 345

Boston Whaler Dauntless 18

Sea Ray 270 Sundancer

Sea Ray 370 Sundancer

How many is that? I bought and sold every one of these boats myself with exception of one Hobie 16, which i still own. Am i qualified to speak or are there more tests?
TJ, I sincerely meant the no offense bit. No tests required.
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