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Re: Selling Timber in NE Ontario

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Tony in Mass.

01-06-2013 06:54:00

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Are you a northern New York logger? Then I hope they put you in a cell on the north pole forever. If you are a normal honest human, find a TD bank near you or where you are going in Canada. Tell the manager what you want to do. When a cleared buyer's check is deposited in a TD account, in Canada, it would instantly be converted to and added to your US dollar account, and an ATM could get that cash out either side of the border. Taxes? Whatever you do, don't try to pull a fast one, it will never work. Not in this computorized world. The TD manager should be able to get all that info for you,
I would worry that if you are trucking these loads yourself, permits, bonding? insurance? You better call Canadian BPS, or take a car to the border, tell someone in the US building first, then in the Canada customs building what you want to do, you don't want to get that far with a loaded rig and be turned around 6 hours later. Or worse! stuck trying to get back in the states. You have a passport or inhanced driver license? If not, you will be in Canada longer than you'd ever thought... homeland security will not let you back in.
I sold my wood to a Canadian buyer who did all that, he just gave me a check on my kitchen table, that was safe and easy.

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01-06-2013 07:09:55

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 Re: Selling Timber in NE Ontario in reply to Tony in Mass., 01-06-2013 06:54:00  
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Tony, I have no idea what your beef is with NNY logers . I've dealt with 2 in the last 15 years . A fair amount of land and a fair amount of mony was involved."0" problems with either outfit.Both outfits are respected around here.

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01-06-2013 14:54:18

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 Re: Selling Timber in NE Ontario in reply to GVSII, 01-06-2013 07:09:55  
Well... you were fortunate. You either found a couple of individuals that were honest... or at least used better lubricant than most of their competition.

My observation in this area is that most land owners really have no idea what's there... or what it's worth... so anyone who gives them a lump of money up front and keeps most of the mess out of sight will come out a hero. Most don't know that they got half what the wood was worth, which at this point in time isn't much itself.


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