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post #31 of Old 09-17-2012
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Re: spare anchor

From this forum: “We are going to offer a new promotion 25% off any anchor you buy for the next month only for SAILNET members.”

The first Deal we posted was "get the next size up for the price of this one"

After it expired we offered 25% off for one month only. We gave this offer to the Cruisers Forum as well. We were trying to get movement in the forums because its one of the few venues available to us for advertisement-Mantus Anchors
Can you explain the inconsistancy in these two statements?

The following are questions about the company itself. Can you answer them?

Where are the anchors made?
Why is the address a PO Box as opposed to where the anchors are made?
In order to speak with the company we have to do it through a website?
What corporate name is your business registered under?
Are you listed by the Better Business Bureau?

From your website:


DIGS LIKE NO OTHER The Mantus Anchor is designed to penetrate dense grassy bottoms and set with unparalleled holding power. When tested, our anchors set faster and deeper than any other tested anchor, including Rocna, Manson Supreme, Bulwagga, Fortress, Bruce, CQR and Danforth anchors.
Can you please provide the information and the empiracal data for this claim. Who tested it? What were the conditions?

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