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Posted on An Insurance Question: Resolved!

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reedwood

858 posts in 1278 days


#1 posted 170 days ago

hold up now guys…. not so fast.

he paid for the insurance and he will pay the increase in premiums next year. The check is written to him.

Now, you deserve to be reimbursed and made whole again. You can have a conversation and barter to the point where there is a meeting of the minds. he can’t force you to take the older snow blower anymore than you can force him to turn over the insurance check.

It’s just and offer. If you feel the older unit isn’t quite a fair trade, then barter…. ask for a little money too.

Or say no thank you. I would like a better unit. How about taking a cash offer and You come up with a little money and go get yourself a brand new TORO? Now there’s an idea. Snow blowers don’t last that long anyway.

WORK IT OUT. He benefits either way. you are using it on his property, right?

just a counter point guys…all ideas need to be considered.

fyi – when you get older, you remember every god damned bridge you burned. life is mighty short, turns out.

-- mark


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