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Post Info TOPIC: Mobile Trailer-caravan brakes Rockhampton Qld


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Mobile Trailer-caravan brakes Rockhampton Qld


We needed to have the caravan brakes check and serviced.   We engaged the services of Brad Goltz, operating as Capricorn Mobile Trailer Service.

Excellent service, highly recommended 0427 036 382 or email capmobiletrailerservice@hotmail.com



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Is this an advertisement? confuseconfuse



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Yep, sounds sus.

I'm sure Cindy will sort it. 



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If it's a recommendation, it's in the wrong segment.

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Warren-Pat_01 wrote:

If it's a recommendation, it's in the wrong segment.


 I think that you are too trusting...   1 post by the OP & it looks like a duck (sorry advertisement posing as something else) & the OP lives up that way too.



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If anyone thinks that tworingers post is an add then every post in the recommendations are all adds.  This fellow in the rocky area would be very useful if one was in trouble. 

If I were in the rocky area I would use him if in trouble with a buggered wheel.



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Phillipn wrote:

If anyone thinks that tworingers post is an add then every post in the recommendations are all adds.  This fellow in the rocky area would be very useful if one was in trouble. 

If I were in the rocky area I would use him if in trouble with a buggered wheel.


Below is an extract from the forum's rules.  I certainly would not like the forum to become littered with adds even if perhaps disguised as recommendations stemming from members personal experiences

 

I will refer this to Cindy & she can rule on it.

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As previously stated, the Grey Nomads forum exists primarily to allow people interested in the grey nomad lifestyle to help, encourage and guide one another in their big adventures. Posts are not to be used for the sole purpose (however well disguised) of promoting other websites or forums, or advertising products or services. Posts deemed to have breached this guideline will be removed.



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I would go one step further and refer it to the Caravan Council of Australia!



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Welcome to the "friendly" forum Tworingers

It is not if "tworingers" joined the same day as he made his recommendation.

If that had been the case I agree it would have been blatant advertising, but he has been a member for over 3 months so how about taking the post for what it is - a recommendation.




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Hang on a moment, you chaps. Have a look at the facts, first.

The recommendation is for a company in Rockhampton whereas "tworingers" is from Mackay! Mackay to Rockhampton is 300kms - that's hardly a way to conduct a business unless you're a politician or VERY mobile! The travelling costs would be enormous! eg

"Sorry Mr Jones, as my workshop is 300kms south of you, there will be a 3.5 hour delay before I can see you & then there is travelling costs as well at $70/hour"! I don't think that scenario is very practical!!

(I live in a suburb of Townsville south of the Ross River but my local Federal member is based in the seat of "Dalrymple" - Mackay which is 400kms south of Townsville).

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Phillipn wrote:

If anyone thinks that tworingers post is an add then every post in the recommendations are all adds.  This fellow in the rocky area would be very useful if one was in trouble. 

If I were in the rocky area I would use him if in trouble with a buggered wheel.


 In my first comment on this subject I wrote "Most of the posts " not "all of the posts" are adds in the recommendations section.

Please do not miss quote me, as the above has been changed from what I posted.

Thanks Cindy for putting tworingers post back on the forum.



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Gday...

..... and there's more than one ..... 

http://thegreynomads.activeboard.com/t64805369/another-mobile-trailer-caravan-brakes-rockhampton-qld/

Cheers - John



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