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Old 09-16-2012
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Re: spare anchor

Geoff54,

Thanks for yor research. Beginning to sound more and more suspicious if what you printed can be confirmed. I remember another anchor being vilified here for misrepresenting facts and themselves, which certainly was sped along by the companies arrogant main poster it's president. He was confrontational.

Now obviously these posters have learned from that mistake and a much better sweet talking and not making negative references as of yet bout their competitors so they have become ok in a lot of people's books.

I ask the mods again....has this company been checked out to see if it and it's claims re legit or are we TS king they are at face value because they are a paying advertiser ?

Secondly I am asking what,how much and who our information is shared with, and is it shared with paid advertisers on SailNet

Dave
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