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Karen Chase - Car Scammer - karen@tbell.org

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From: Karen Chase <karen@tbell.org>
Sent: February 7, 2021 4:58 PM
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Hi , In regards to your inquiry this RV has absolutely no mechanical problems, no accidents, no leaks or any problems. Is ready to go with shipping and handling included. The RV is now in the shipping company warehouse, ready to be delivered to its buyer with all the documents.

Because I am not able to close the deal myself,( I'm with my husband in hospital, who do some compatibility tests for a heart transplant ), I want to use a delivery company to handle the sale in this way we are both protected.

Let me know if you're interested and if you have questions.

Thank you
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