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12/16/2005 3:30 PM
bill m.
email PA ??
anyone have experience w/ this scranton, PA,  
dealer in basses??  
straight shooters?  
having a hard time reaching them on phone--  
and email bounces back from various accts.  
thanks, bill m.  
(thanks for DVD comments earlier)
12/16/2005 3:55 PM

Contact the Scranton Chamber of COmmerce and the better Business Bureau there and see if either has heard of them. Bouncing emails and no phone contact is not a good sign. COntact any magazines or other places that have their advertising to see if there has been any reader feedback. For all we know, "they" might just be a guy.
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12/17/2005 12:44 PM
bill m.

good point.  
...sadly there's a scranton BBB issue,  
and old TBL archives w/ issues.  
thanks, bill m.
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