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Fraud with extended maintenance contract
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ISLIP, NEW YORK -- I have owned 5 Datsun/Nissans each bought from a different dealer. I have never had such a fraud perpetrated on me. The sales person pointed out the Gold Preferred/Premium plane and a price. When we received the plain it was silver. The dealer promised a full refund. This has been promised to me since August 2006 and many phone calls later nothing. At the time of service the dealer crashed the car. After several trips the car was repaired. When I went to pick up the car I would not sign the release form until I saw the finished job. I heard the cahier said to the other cashier ‘my wife is a pain in the ass’. This is indicative of their sales and service department. They asked what I thought was a good price but the after market products I bought were frauds.
     
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adzidek on 01/31/2007:
Am I the only one who has absolutely no clue what this person is talking about? What's a plain/plane? What aftermarket parts? I'm lost...
Emmyjune on 01/31/2007:
I'm with 'ya on this one, ad. I'm confused, too.
kens000 on 01/31/2007:
plan
kens000 on 01/31/2007:
What is it you don't understand?
Justusryan on 01/31/2007:
weel, since none of us were there with you, the complaint/point of the story in a form in which we can decipher and for you to spell check please!
adzidek on 02/01/2007:
ken..what is it you DO understand?
*Brenda* on 02/01/2007:
So his wife is a pain in the ass. And...?
kens000 on 02/03/2007:
I didn't know this was a joke board. Find the loser in this group!
can you find the loser in this group?
Paying CEO 100s millions, actors 100s millions, singers 100s millions, sports players 100s millions, corrupt politicians..Priests and politicians molesting children and want more from Mexico. USA soldiers paid pennies!
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kens000 on 02/03/2007:
he(Bush) said. "We should welcome competition because it makes our country stronger and more prosperous."


FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS

March 25, 2006

HOUSTON - In a city housing thousands of Katrina evacuees, Barbara Bush's donation to a local hurricane relief fund would not seem controversial.

But more than a few eyebrows were raised when the former first lady stipulated that part of her contribution was to be spent on educational software purchased from her son Neil's company, Ignite Learning of Austin, Texas.

"I would think if she wants to do something beneficial for Katrina victims, she shouldn't be making the decision that the vendor is her son," said Daniel Borochoff of the American Institute of Philanthropy, a charity watchdog group. "Other education experts need to be making that decision, not somebody who has a family interest in the success of her son's business."

Barbara Bush's donation to the Bush-Clinton Houston Hurricane Relief Fund was made a few weeks ago, said Steve Maislin, president of the Greater Houston Community Foundation, which administers the fund.

Maislin would not disclose the amount of the donation, but said it's not unusual for a contributor to specify how his or her money should be spent.

But Borochoff said, "If everybody started doing that, it would ruin our whole system for tax-exempt organizations because people would be using them to benefit their business rather than for the public benefit."

Barbara Bush contributed to the relief fund instead of directly to her son's company to help publicize the fund, Maislin said. "We could advertise the fact that she was supporting the fund and help build momentum to increase donations," he said.

A Bush spokeswoman was not available for comment.

Neil Bush, 51, founded Ignite Learning in 1999. Its products are meant to offer different content to children with different learning styles (verbal, visual and kinetic are three examples).

In the late '80s and early '90s, he was a board member of the infamous Silverado Savings and Loan, the collapse of which cost taxpayers $1 billion. He was not indicted and a civil suit against him and other directors was settled out of court. He was restricted from future banking activity.
Copyright 2006 Newsday Inc.
kens000 on 02/03/2007:
HOUSTON - In the annals of embarrassing presidential relatives, Neil Bush is no Billy Carter or Roger Clinton.

But his messy divorce has produced some eye-opening disclosures. Among them: He had sex with women who showed up uninvited at his hotel rooms in Asia; he had an affair and may have fathered a child out of wedlock; and he stands to make millions from businesses in which he has little expertise — including a computer-chip company managed in part by the son of former Chinese president Jiang Zemin.

Asked how he knew what to do when he opened his door and saw a woman standing there, the 48-year-old Bush replied: "Whatever happened, happened."

Bush has gone on to reap profits from other ventures. In the deposition, he said he hoped to receive an estimated $2 million for acting as a consultant to Grace Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp., co-founded by Jiang Zemin's eldest son.
"Now, you have absolutely no educational background in semiconductors, do you Mr. Bush?" Brown asked.
"That's correct," said Bush, who holds an MBA from Tulane University.

There is no evidence he has tried to enlist help from the president for any of his ventures. Bush spokesman Taylor Gross said the White House had no comment.

kens000 on 02/03/2007:
The real question is what is 'Crimes Against Humanity?'
The Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment
The United States government did something that was wrong—deeply, profoundly, morally wrong. It was an outrage to our commitment to integrity and equality for all our citizens. . . . clearly racist.
—President Clinton's apology for the Tuskegee Syphilis Experiment to the eight remaining survivors, May 16, 1997
For forty years between 1932 and 1972, the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) conducted an experiment on 399 black men in the late stages of syphilis. These men, for the most part illiterate sharecroppers from one of the poorest counties in Alabama, were never told what disease they were suffering from or of its seriousness. Informed that they were being treated for “bad blood,”1 their doctors had no intention of curing them of syphilis at all. The data for the experiment was to be collected from autopsies of the men, and they were thus deliberately left to degenerate under the ravages of tertiary syphilis—which can include tumors, heart disease, paralysis, blindness, insanity, and death. “As I see it,” one of the doctors involved explained, “we have no further interest in these patients until they die.”

Using Human Beings as Laboratory Animals
The true nature of the experiment had to be kept from the subjects to ensure their cooperation. The sharecroppers' grossly disadvantaged lot in life made them easy to manipulate. Pleased at the prospect of free medical care—almost none of them had ever seen a doctor before—these unsophisticated and trusting men became the pawns in what James Jones, author of the excellent history on the subject, Bad Blood, identified as “the longest nontherapeutic experiment on human beings in medical history.”

Justusryan on 02/05/2007:
what the hell is this guy talking about?
kens000 on 02/07/2007:
'what the hell is this guy talking about?' You may consider my words like a Harry Potter book. All make(made up) believe but people want to pay billions to read it!

kens000 on 02/21/2007:
To date. No refund from Atlantic Nissan Auto Mall in Islip New York.
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