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Old 09-11-2016, 06:49   #1
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What is up with Bristol Bronze Roger Winiarski?

Hello there-

At the end of September I sent Roger my broken gooseneck for my mizzen mast/boom for him to recast the broken rectangular mast band. Now weeks and weeks have gone by, I've emailed and called continuously to no avail. I've tried his work number, home number and neighboring businesses. All my efforts have gone with no response. His shop is in Tiverton, Rhode Island. I am on the west coast. I am desperate to get my parts back, with or without the repair. Does anyone have any idea what happened to him? I hope he is ok.

I live on my boat and this is a big problem!

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Re: What is up with Bristol Bronze Roger Winiarski?

You could perhaps try contacting someone that he regularly does business with. Good luck.
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Re: What is up with Bristol Bronze Roger Winiarski?

Check the BBB on his business.
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Re: What is up with Bristol Bronze Roger Winiarski?

Sometimes a registered letter helps. As it lets you know whether or not it was recieved. As well as possibly finding out that the recipient has fallen severly ill, or is otherwise indisposed. Make a notarized copy prior to sending it, & keep it business like in tone. Since I'm guessing that you've tried reaching out in a friendly matter already.
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Excellent tips, thanks so much.
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