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Old 06-04-2016, 08:32 PM   #15
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Well, we are still waiting for our deposit from Sky River. We call. They say they authorized it and they will call us back and they never do. Any ideas? Thank you.




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Well, the deal on the 40' duel pusher we were looking out fell through. We more than qualified but they wanted us to make payments of 800-900 a month. We told them originally we wanted 500-600. After a week of stringing us along, Sky River that is, we told them we wanna deposit back. This wa a 40' 2004 Fleetwood American Eagle. The guy at Sky River said he would put it back on the Internet for 145K.




Just had a friend today tell me NOT to go through Sky River for anything. She said they committed fraud on a trailer they almost bought. They were going to sell them another trailer and make them think they were getting the one advertised. Her husband did research and found that it was not registered in California and it was the wrong VIN number. Please beware of this when you go to buy a motorhome.

We will continue to look, but we'll be carful where we look. We believe God really intervened and protect us in our situation. In the meantime, we will just enjoy our 2003 Coachmen gas MH.
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