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Old 08-09-2013, 03:44 PM
Borne Borne is offline
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Default Digi wants to destroy the desk

Hi all

I Heard recently that the last company I worked at upgraded from the old pro control desk to the Icon . I had mixed on that desk for a couple of years and took very good care of it. I contacted the agent and went around to their offices. The Pro control was still there and still in great condition and working.

I asked if i could buy the desk from them but the reply was that they could not sell it. They had to destroy it as it was part of an upgrade. Physically they were to shoot the desk ! agh agh agh agh ..

Who can i talk to
Who can i contact ;

Why not get some money for something they were going to destroy anyway.

"i want to buy my old desk back.. cant shoot her.. we shared so much
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