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Old 06-30-2014, 04:45 PM   #43
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Originally Posted by cb5300 View Post
I wouldn't put much stock in that statement...I have found that salesmen are the hardest people to sale to....

My dad was a salesman and no way would I have wanted to sell to him. Do have a lot of memories watching those that had to. 😃

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Old 06-30-2014, 05:01 PM   #44
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Originally Posted by kalynzoo View Post
First, lets talk to the owner/CEO. Then, open an escrow account. All funds to be returned if the MH is not delivered as ordered by a specific date. This holds you both accountable.
I agree this is no different than buying a house and you and the dealer should regard as such. When building a house the down payment goes into a trust. Protects you and the dealer. If they won't do this I would find a dealer who will. With the state of the economy who protects you if the Dealer or the Factory goes broke? And please don't let anybody tell you that this would never happen!

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