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Old 11 June 2006, 18:08   #31
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Remember Prosport has been sold.
Im fully aware of that, but I believe the new company are retaining the Prosport name and the boats I assume will be largely unchanged, therefore I think my above post is still relevant.
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Old 11 June 2006, 18:17   #32
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1. I DID thank you at the time - just not bothering to answer the phone any more wasn't exactly the decent thing to do was it? If you had told me the situation I would have left you alone.

The full story WILL be told in good time.
Vince i was repeating myself every call and still you did nothing but complain to me cos you couldnt get hold of Jason and all at my expense.

i am looking forward to seeing the Full Story. But i would be careful if i were people in glass houses and all that.
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Old 11 June 2006, 18:22   #33
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If I was Prosport I would clarify the matter on this forum as it is widely read by new rib buyers and the Chronicles of the Codcraft do not portray them well.
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i am not part of Pro Sport any more and was not part of Vinces sale but was trying to lend a hand in the process but you can only help those that help themselves.

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Old 11 June 2006, 18:24   #34
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Vince i was repeating myself every call and still you did nothing but complain to me cos you couldnt get hold of Jason and all at my expense.

i am looking forward to seeing the Full Story. But i would be careful if i were people in glass houses and all that.
Well I thought you were his representative? I thought you had been appointed to deal with problems? Sorry if I misunderstood the situation.

I have no argument with you - told you that all along.
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Hi Alex

i am not part of Pro Sport any more and was not part of Vinces sale but was trying to lend a hand in the process but you can only help those that help themselves.

Dom
Got you, I just assumed you represented/ worked for or with Prosport, my misinterpretation, well at least the boat is back home now.
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The full story WILL be told in good time.
cant wait !
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i am not part of Pro Sport any more and was not part of Vinces sale but was trying to lend a hand in the process but you can only help those that help themselves.
I think that the last thing you posted on the subject was here: http://www.rib.net/forum/showthread....049&post108049

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All I can say is the future is looking much better for someone buying a ProSport, materials have changed staff have changed and I have stepped in for people to call as Jason is spending more time working than answering calls and emails.
Possible cause of confusion for some onlookers?

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And if I remember correctly, the ProSport website also mentioned the alliance with Dominic's company who were to act as 'Customer Support' for ProSport clients.
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I think that the last thing you posted on the subject was here: http://www.rib.net/forum/showthread....049&post108049

Possible cause of confusion for some onlookers?

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Quite right but Codprawns sale was before my time. You have to draw a line somewhere and cant work for free.

As I said advice was given and not taken and I got a bit tired of hearing the same replies without the requested action taken.

Yes you are right I was fielding in between and passing on messages and putting out quotes but my telephone line was not to be mistaken for the samaritans!

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Ooops bet I have opened a can of worms with the last phrase!
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Quite right but Codprawns sale was before my time.
Sounds to me just like when banks/phone companies run special offers "for new customers only"
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