Being sued for selling "cracked" woodburner.

FrankG23 Posted By FrankG23, Apr 2, 2011 at 5:58 PM

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  1. heat seeker

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    +1

    Courtesy is always appreciated, it's what oils the gears of the world. Even a "no comment" post would let us know something. I like knowing the end of a story, don't like to be left hanging.
     
  2. Fsappo

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    All the more reason to buy his book when its published.
     
  3. heat seeker

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    "OUT OF THE FIRE AND INTO COURT, A CRACKED TALE OF FEAR AND CONFUSION"
     
  4. smokinj

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    This would be small claims. Very simple stuff at-least for a verdict one way or the other.
     
  5. BrotherBart

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    The guy has been posting on a rc helicopter forum since January about this thing. He went to small claims court when he was served and the woman didn't show up and the judge dismissed the case. Says as he was leaving he saw her pulling into the parking lot.

    Closing this one folks.
     
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