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Old 01-06-2012, 04:03 PM   #1
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Old 01-06-2012, 10:45 PM   #2
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In his counter claim, McAllister said that rather than helping, Nissan Motor Acceptance withheld information that the dealership wasn't likely to be profitable in the area and neglected to warn him that one of his partners had done business with a Nissan-related dealership before and ''was unsuitable for the management position.''

As a result of the failed business, McAllister's counterclaim says he lost money and ''incurred damage to his business relationships and reputation, and has suffered mental anguish and anxiety.''

Man I hope it works out for Deuce
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In his counter claim, McAllister said that rather than helping, Nissan Motor Acceptance withheld information that the dealership wasn't likely to be profitable in the area and neglected to warn him that one of his partners had done business with a Nissan-related dealership before and ''was unsuitable for the management position.''

As a result of the failed business, McAllister's counterclaim says he lost money and ''incurred damage to his business relationships and reputation, and has suffered mental anguish and anxiety.''

Man I hope it works out for Deuce
Yea because I'm reading more and more about former NFL players that are stone cold BROKE due to bad investments.

This story about Mark Brunell was horrible... couldn't happen to a nicer person - I met him.
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And Deuce is one of the good guys.
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