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In Reply to: Re: WHAT ACTIONS CAN I TAKE AGAINST NEW YORK CUP posted by Roger on July 31, 2003 at 14:07:44:

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on August 01, 2003 at 16:30:51

Lots of action. Its not the point if you had a good time or not. The promotor made claims that certain things would be given for compinsation. Of which from what I was told very little was given. There is also some question as to whether this specific promotor used copyrighted pictures and likenesses in his website which were owned by NXL-X-ball and Draxus. Its not that he lied about a few things its that the whole tournament was not what was promissed. I think thats "Mikes" complaint and I think he has a case.

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