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Old November 20th 20, 07:33 PM posted to rec.boats
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Harry,

I can't believe that you were not able to pay back $1,250 that you
borrowed from Mariner Finance, LLC. Your really are a deadbeat. The
total judgement against you ended up being $1838.25. Are you going to
pay that now?

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Harry, I can't believe that you were not able to pay back $1,250 that you borrowed from Mariner Finance, LLC. Your really are a deadbeat. The total judgement against you ended up being $1838.25. Are you going to pay that now?B


Its not the money. Its the principle. Harry hasn't made a loan
that he didn't plan to default on.
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On Friday, November 20, 2020 at 1:33:37 PM UTC-5, B wrote:
Harry,

I can't believe that you were not able to pay back $1,250 that you
borrowed from Mariner Finance, LLC. Your really are a deadbeat. The
total judgement against you ended up being $1838.25. Are you going to
pay that now?

B


Wow. I thought the only people that did that kind of thing were addicts. Unbelievable.
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On Fri, 20 Nov 2020 13:33:30 -0500, B wrote:

Harry,

I can't believe that you were not able to pay back $1,250 that you
borrowed from Mariner Finance, LLC. Your really are a deadbeat. The
total judgement against you ended up being $1838.25. Are you going to
pay that now?

B


Now we know why he can't send a Christmas present to the son he abandoned.
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B wrote:
Harry,

I can't believe that you were not able to pay back $1,250 that you
borrowed from Mariner Finance, LLC. Your really are a deadbeat. The
total judgement against you ended up being $1838.25. Are you going to
pay that now?

B


Either his wife isn't doing well financially, or he is hiding the debt
from her, or she is ****ed and won't pay his debt, or...


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On Friday, November 20, 2020 at 6:07:01 PM UTC-5, John H wrote:
On Fri, 20 Nov 2020 13:33:30 -0500, B wrote:

Harry,

I can't believe that you were not able to pay back $1,250 that you
borrowed from Mariner Finance, LLC. Your really are a deadbeat. The
total judgement against you ended up being $1838.25. Are you going to
pay that now?

B

Now we know why he can't send a Christmas present to the son he abandoned.
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LOL!
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On 11/20/20 7:53 PM, Alex wrote:
B wrote:
Harry,

I can't believe that you were not able to pay back $1,250 that you
borrowed from Mariner Finance, LLC. Your really are a deadbeat. The
total judgement against you ended up being $1838.25. Are you going to
pay that now?

B


Either his wife isn't doing well financially, or he is hiding the debt
from her, or she is ****ed and won't pay his debt, or...

$1250 Is in the range of what he pays for guns. How about this? She is
scraping by working two jobs. He is hiding the purchase of a gun because he
knows she won't pay for more toy guns for an asshole who can't be depended
on to keep the house and litter boxes clean. It all fits.

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Default Harry, it was only $1,250 - You are a Deadbeat

On Friday, November 20, 2020 at 12:33:37 PM UTC-6, B wrote:
Harry,

I can't believe that you were not able to pay back $1,250 that you
borrowed from Mariner Finance, LLC. Your really are a deadbeat. The
total judgement against you ended up being $1838.25. Are you going to
pay that now?

B

Wow. That's crazy!
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On Friday, November 20, 2020 at 5:07:01 PM UTC-6, John H wrote:
On Fri, 20 Nov 2020 13:33:30 -0500, B wrote:

Harry,

I can't believe that you were not able to pay back $1,250 that you
borrowed from Mariner Finance, LLC. Your really are a deadbeat. The
total judgement against you ended up being $1838.25. Are you going to
pay that now?

B

Now we know why he can't send a Christmas present to the son he abandoned.
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He could have sold his Ducatti, paid off the note and still sent his son something
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On Friday, November 20, 2020 at 9:22:56 PM UTC-5, Tim wrote:
On Friday, November 20, 2020 at 5:07:01 PM UTC-6, John H wrote:
On Fri, 20 Nov 2020 13:33:30 -0500, B wrote:

Harry,

I can't believe that you were not able to pay back $1,250 that you
borrowed from Mariner Finance, LLC. Your really are a deadbeat. The
total judgement against you ended up being $1838.25. Are you going to
pay that now?

B

Now we know why he can't send a Christmas present to the son he abandoned.
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He could have sold his Ducatti, paid off the note and still sent his son something


Selling a fake Ducati would bring down much more hurt that just stiffing a payday lender $1250.


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