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Caribsurf 2nd April 2009 08:03 AM

Joke or not...?
 
http://www.windsurfwholesalesources.com/buydirect.htm

Can this be true?
Sounds like bull... Like buy ower ebook for $60 and get bords for 85% off market price. And they say that over 10000 people all ready used them... Hmmm. Never heard anybody talked about them.
The howl pages looks real humor. Maybe its April fools haha...


Copy from site:
Pro Shops & Consumers can purchase high end boards in most cases for less than $30 by placing orders direct from the factory overseas. Just contact the sales representatives listed in our ebook, use us a referral, and place your order. We take great pride in making sure that there are NO purchase order restrictions.
A top name brand windsurfing board can be purchased for $30 or less, a sail for $40 or less, masts $20 or less and general windsurfing accessories can be purchased for up to 85% off market price.

nonopr 2nd April 2009 06:46 PM

I have notice that you are always looking for the cheap stuff everywhere. First you ask about the car rack and you buy the cheap one after everyone recommended thule or yakima, now you are digging in to things that obiusly are a fraud.
Come on men. Windsurfing goods are not cheap so dont expect to buy a race board for $30 or even a sail for that price either.
You buy cheap you pay the price.

Ken 2nd April 2009 09:19 PM

Any suckers out there willing to pay $59 for a book on how to buy cheep? Go for it and let us know how it goes. I think I can guess.

Remember, if it sounds too good to be true....................

Caribsurf 3rd April 2009 12:17 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nonopr (Post 30866)
I have notice that you are always looking for the cheap stuff everywhere. First you ask about the car rack and you buy the cheap one after everyone recommended thule or yakima,

First I live on an caribbean island like you my friend. But this one isnt like Porto Rico their you can get everything in nice shopping centers and has many daily flights from us etc. I went around the island for a day and asked if they had any Thule roof racks and just get sent to between different auto shops. In one place they had one par. Went back their after I checked all others and got them as an base to make something of myself. Sometimes you have to be creative. Got over to my workshop, cut out and bended some 1/16, 316 stainless straps riveted them on the existing ones, bolted throw everything to the car roof. Now I can go surfing and windsurfing every their on the island.:)

And if I orders something from the stats it always a mess to get them to accept my Antillean credit cards and the shipping kills every good deal.
peace


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