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Old 11-03-2009, 01:43   #1
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Anyone in Florida?

National Liquidators - 1993 Jeatot, Privilege

I would like to know if this boat is legit and worth a servay

Has anyone purchared from this type of operation?

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Old 11-03-2009, 03:13   #2
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National liquidators is possibly the largest, best known, auctioneer of insurance and bank repo' boats in the USA.
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Old 11-03-2009, 08:16   #3
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Talked to my broker today. He told me the bank has turned down offers in the 200's already on this vessel
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Old 11-03-2009, 09:11   #4
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Just wait a few more months , they will be cheaper for sure!
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Old 11-03-2009, 16:52   #5
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Talked to my broker today. He told me the bank has turned down offers in the 200's already on this vessel
So how does it work?

ppl put in bids then wait and see?

Is the boat any good?
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Old 12-03-2009, 06:44   #6
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From the National Liquidators
Boat & Yacht Auction Bidding Process
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Boat Repo Auctions Bidding Process - Boat Liquidators and Yachts for Sale

"... Yacht and boat auction offers are cut off and opened on Monday at 4:00pm Eastern Time. Bids are automatically sorted and the high offer on each vessel is submitted to the bank, U.S. Marshal's Service or vessel owner on Tuesday morning. Responses are typically received within 48 hours. The seller, at his sole option, may accept or reject the offer or make a counter offer. Once the highest offer is responded to (accepted, rejected or countered), we will contact the high bidder immediately to notify them of the response. If an offer is not responded to or not accepted within a particular weekly cycle, it is simply placed back for sale in the next week’s bid cycle. All offers need to be resubmitted weekly (if desired), offers are only good for the one week period in which they were signed and submitted..."
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Old 12-03-2009, 09:18   #7
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Its hard to tell if the listing was really written by a land locked used car salesman or is in fact a clever, double reverse whammy to attract ,er, somebody.
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Old 12-03-2009, 11:54   #8
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Where's Flordia??
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Old 12-03-2009, 12:20   #9
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right next to Floriduh.
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Old 12-03-2009, 14:56   #10
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Florida is the southern tip of the United States of America. The Bahamas are to the east of Florida. Scallywag
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Florida is the southern tip of the United States of America. The Bahamas are to the east of Florida. Scallywag
Yup, I know where Florida is but I was asking where Flordia is?
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No, it is not the same place.....it is next to Floeeda....doncha know?
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Ok... I fixed the spelling.
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Wow...nice price for an older 48 foot Privilege so long as it does not have a three foot long work list.
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