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Well actually, here in Oklahoma unless you give a business permission to use you as a referral it is illegal for them to do so; regardless of whether the referral is private or corporate. I just assumed that was the normal. As such, him not disclosing the information is what I would expect.

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3 hours ago, EdwardSm said:

Well actually, here in Oklahoma unless you give a business permission to use you as a referral it is illegal for them to do so; regardless of whether the referral is private or corporate. I just assumed that was the normal. As such, him not disclosing the information is what I would expect.

Yes, it's the law where I live too.

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I'm seriously considering this one too. Seems I fly mostly on choppy days IRL so it would be nice to feel more of that in the controller. Same with flares. Since I don't have a lot of experience with sim yokes, I don't know if this is considered weak or low travel. But I have a nice VR rig and I'd like to have a great yoke to go with. I was gonna buy the Yoko but I might as well spend a little more for FF.

Has anyone reached out to Justin? Seems his review has been waited on with bated breath.

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On 12/6/2018 at 9:48 AM, MarkDH said:

Yes, it's the law where I live too.

.. he can always ask the customer for his consent & permission, shouldn't be such a big deal, especially if you want to prompt your product, after all we are not dealing here with something that can compromise the Nation security, it is only a Yoke after all, not easy pulling $1,500 out of your pocket with no option to put your hand on & Test Drive it .. but maybe business is so good and there is no need to get out of your way to help a potential customer to make a decision   

 

Cheers

 

Yair

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True, or maybe because he is EU and does not keep an international list of references? Just saying that although the request itself seems reasonable from a customer point of view, the reply seems practical from an international business point of view as well. In other words I can't fault him for not maintaining a list of contacts that are fine with allowing strangers to come and inspect the equipment he makes in every country he has sold to. 

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.. come on,  can you imagine yourself Flying School that will say no to a potential customer that want to come and try the facility Simulator..... no way

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