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Old 11-13-2011, 07:48 PM
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actually the three posts above mine we an indication of how screwed you are if the tool truck doesn't stop at your door.
if you don't have an account or owe money to the tool man you need to go direct to the company.
i am sure there is a "truck" in your town and you can just call him

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God yes anyone can buy, setting up an account may be a different story but anyone can buy. On those accounts, those guys give them with no credit check or collateral. You can imagine how many get ripped off. I have seen a number of guys leave shops I have worked in and the tool guy never finds them to pay their balance. It is a real "gentlemen's" agreement.

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My dad left a shop due to back issues and got a call from a "tool truck" about how he had an outstanding balance on some tools. Fortunately for him he kept all of his receipts for that sort of stuff and was able to prove that he did NOT owe him anything. That was 5 or so years after he left too!
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