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paranoid marvin
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Post by paranoid marvin » Wed Apr 05, 2006 4:00 pm

I would assume that any retailer would be crazy to return stock to
a bankrupt firm hoping to get their cash back
Best to sell it for what you can get ,or hold on to it and probably sell it for 3 times the price in 15 years time!-MINT IN BOX! etc
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Post by Dudley » Thu Apr 06, 2006 3:42 am

yeah, your agreement would be with the distributor, not gizmondo so you may, as a retailer, still be able to get monnies back.
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Post by Ash » Thu Apr 06, 2006 5:44 am

paranoid marvin wrote:I would assume that any retailer would be crazy to return stock to
a bankrupt firm hoping to get their cash back
Best to sell it for what you can get ,or hold on to it and probably sell it for 3 times the price in 15 years time!-MINT IN BOX! etc
That's assuming that they bought them directly from Gizmondo. More likely they were acquired from an independent supplier.

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