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From another message board - Rancho market in San Felipe
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Quote:Rancho Market closing
Posted By: tominbaja
Thu Sep 27, 2012 5:36 pm

Well It looks like Rancho Market will be forced to close its doors. Cfe is trying to make me pay for 3 years for a broken meter (they say) Even though i've only had the store for just over 1 year.
Tom Bell

Quote:Re: [eldoradoranch] Rancho Market closing
Posted By: tominbaja
Thu Sep 27, 2012 7:01 pm

Cfe screwed up and they are trying to make me pay for it.I wont. I showed them my contract i signed with Rafeal Navarro to prove i was there only 1 year.I'm just beat down right now.To many things at one time.

Quote:Re: [eldoradoranch] Re: Rancho Market closing
Posted By: tominbaja
Thu Sep 27, 2012 9:05 pm

Wow,I just got the bill 350,000 pesos. About $30,000 dollarsSad

Fulano's comment: The poster/loser is Tom Bell. He runs a real estate business in San Felipe. This is what he says about his expertise:

"You can relax and put your trust in Baja 24/7. We provide personal service and exceptional quality. We have been in business for over 30 years. Our unparalleled service, competitive prices, and overall value are why our loyal customers won't go anywhere else. We look forward to serving you!

We are experts in Mexico property and all real estate in San Felipe, Baja California. See us for all of your real estate needs.

We are also experts in home construction. Mexico has many different types of home construction styles. Patty Bell and her team know how to complete them all."


http://www.baja247.com/
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#2
Una empresa de clase mundial.

The perro's ass hurts from laughing so much. The amount of Mexican Red, Green and White tape to deal with getting that fixed would stretch back to Queretaro .
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#3
Hahaha, that's how it is done in Mexico Tom. By the way Fulano, who is Mitchman the uber liberal? He lists a website that is no longer active, http://www.Baja-Lots.com/
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(09-27-2012, 06:30 PM)Timador Wrote: Hahaha, that's how it is done in Mexico Tom. By the way Fulano, who is Mitchman the uber liberal? He lists a website that is no longer active, http://www.Baja-Lots.com/


http://fulano.info/forum/thread-2218.html
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#5
What a loser. I should have known that you had covered him earlier.
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#6
seems reality will only pay Tom a brief visit. He is, all in, so to speak. Wait until the power company finds out where he lives.

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#7
I know this is an old post but I wanted to let anyone reading this that my father (tominbaja) ended up paying CFE in monthly installments and eventually paid off the entire bill and fees. He has since passed away but has left the Rancho Market to myself to manage now.

We are up and running in full swing with lots of recent renovations including 3 new LG 2 ton dual inverter A/C units. 

The best market in San Felipe. Has everything you need to do all your grocery shopping. Excellent sandwiches from the deli and you can also buy all of the various meats and cheeses by weight to bring home. Nowhere else in San Felipe has the deli selection as the Rancho Market. Not to mention the huge variety of US imported products for a little taste of home away from home.
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#8
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.

I can vouch for this. Tongue
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#9
Huh wtf. happened to the real estate business? That's where the big bucks are.

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