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Posted on Tue, Jun 13 2017 06:18
by soundsreal
Joined on Sat, Oct 25 2014, Posts 13

Surely there must be some in-company solution. For a place where many of us have spent 50, 000 or more of our respective currencies it seems or it seems entirely short sigthed to force us into grey-market services to insure our 100% legal puchases?

It's most unbearable to think that I am a glass of spilt water away from losing my entire investment. The anxiety is enough to drive me mad.

I have thought of distributing different types of instrumetns amoung various keys, but that doesn't really solve the problem does it.

As a business owner myself I am fully aware that there are those who take advantage of my own business' lenient poilicies. But I know for certain that these same policies have earned many a long time customer's loyalty and I would be enjoying nowhere near the amount of sucess I am.

This rule seem hard set though. So I ask again. Do I really have to break the law to get insurance for legally obtained products?

Posted on Tue, Jun 13 2017 12:02
by Bill
Joined on Fri, Sep 23 2005, Berkshires, MA, Posts 1286

There have been sever long tedious threads on this subject. Please join one of the those. We don't need another.

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