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    They do have a system for repeat buyers, that's why it only takes 3-14 days at BC after the first one clears! It's not logical, it's the government!
    Mike KK4AIF

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    Quote Originally Posted by 86m1028 View Post

    Hey velociT where in Texas are you ?
    Central, just north of Austin ...
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    I was also told after a year you start from square one. My last one was 2 years ago, and the first one I had done since then (last month) was send to Battle Creek on a Wednesday, and I got my PIF the next Tuesday. 4-5 Business days there, not bad!
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    Well I buy quite a bit from GL and most of the time I get my Paid-in-full within 7 days. This last time (event 506 it's over 3 weeks and counting . Don't know what the problem is. Has anybody got their EUC back for event 5068 or is it just me?

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    My last EUC took nearly 3 weeks at GL before it went to BC. I had no revisions to make they just drug their feet on sending it thru. Once at BC it took 3 days for me to get my paid in full invoice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KsM715 View Post
    My last EUC took nearly 3 weeks at GL before it went to BC. I had no revisions to make they just drug their feet on sending it thru. Once at BC it took 3 days for me to get my paid in full invoice.
    Mine went to BC the day I submited it (according to GL's website). It's been at BC this long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SCSG-G4 View Post
    86,
    They do have a system for repeat buyers, that's why it only takes 3-14 days at BC after the first one clears! It's not logical, it's the government!
    I would agree until the last 2 auctions I bought. They have been at bc now for 3 weeks. my 2 previous ones were 3-4 days.
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    Maybe BC is getting more like certain folks at GL. Some, like Brandi, get the EUC moved through and on to BC in a matter of a day or two, others, like D.S. seem to take a couple of weeks to get it there. So, maybe there are some people who want to 'do it their way' and take their time doing it!
    Mike KK4AIF

    M109A3 Shop Van (G4-38 )
    M35A2 Cargo Truck (G4-39)
    S-280 Commo Shelter (bunk house on M-36)
    MKT-85 Kitchen Trailer (G4-T1)
    M36A2 Cargo Truck (G4-40)
    2nd M35A2 Cargo Truck (G4-41)
    3rd M35A2 Cargo Truck (G4-43)
    2nd M109A3 Shop Van (G4-42)
    MJQ-18 Trailer (10 KW Power Plant) (G4-T3)
    MKT-85 Trailer as FST (G4-T4)
    MJQ-16 Trailer as Contact Maintenenance Body frame (G4-T5)
    M105 Tan trailer
    MJQ-18 Trailer as a bunk house under construction (G4-T2)
    M-149 Water Buffalo (G4-T6)

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    Hi All,

    Lurking, Listening, & Learning.

    My 1st auction buy in several years, an M105 from sale 5188 sitting at Jacksonville, FL. Was the only bidder on it, so I got it for $150 + $ = $173.

    Many thanks to Brandi for helping ( babysitting ) me thru the EUC etc submission, and getting it pushed thru to BC in a timely manner.

    Too bad GL is too incompetant to supply all the necessary forms and guide for "correct" EUC form answers. Maybe the gov't doesn't really want to sell their junk.... Who knows.
    'Political Correctness is a doctrine, fostered by a
    delusional, illogical minority, and rabidly promoted
    by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which
    holds forth the proposition that it is entirely
    possible to pick up a turd by the clean end.'

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    The agencies that supply replies for the EUC should set up 1 of 2 ways to check:

    1. One centralized databased that any gov agency can check and see all information at once, it takes 2 or 3 minutes -or-

    2. Each agency's database can be searched by name, ss#, etc. The DLA man sits down and checks each agency's site. Process takes 10-15 minutes depending on how many agencies they check.

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