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Author Topic: Don't Do Business with Tony Rogozinski, W4OI  (Read 11908 times)
KF6ABU
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« Reply #15 on: December 14, 2010, 05:51:28 PM »

 However you need to change this posting NOW.

Tony W4OI

Change it to what?
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KL2TC
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« Reply #16 on: December 16, 2010, 12:04:54 AM »

As you know pal -  You, like everyone else who has ever bought something from me, received
the items that you paid for!  I had problems and they were shipped after a very long delay.  However you need
to change this posting NOW.


What?

That it took you a year to send what you owed and there is not even the hint of "sorry"? Nope, I think that the posting should remain as is.

Sorry, 

Al
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K8AXW
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« Reply #17 on: December 17, 2010, 09:45:15 AM »

There is one other item than shoujld be considered.

Any time you do business with someone out of the country you are basically setting yourself up for a hosing!  You have a little leverage with businesses or even individuals within the country but not outside.

A guy told me one time, "Don't gamble with more money than you can afford to lose."  Personally, I'd rater throw $400.00 into a river and watch it float away than to lose it to a crook!

73

Al - K8AXW
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AD6KA
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« Reply #18 on: December 17, 2010, 06:19:21 PM »

This is the same Tony Rogozinski who let Dimirti Kryukov, RA3CO,
operate Tony's HK1AR station as HK3RA in the 2008 CQ WW SSB contest.
Except it turns out that HK3RA is another Colombian's legit call, and
he did NOT give permission for his call (HK3RA) to be used.
HK3RA isn't even a contester.


Kryukov,RA3CO, did not follow the rules of Colombia in 2007 either, when he operated HK1AR
and took second place in the world for the Single Op Low Power category of CQWW CW.

But wait! There's more!....(as the commercial says)

Girts Budis, YL2KL, also operated Rogozinski's station in the 2006 CQ WPX RTTY
AND the ARRL CW DX contests, also without having any legal authorization to do so.

Of course it's the visiting Op's obligation to make sure he has all the proper paperwork.
But would YOU let someone operate YOUR contest station without
seeing that paperwork/ticket in your hot little hands?
I sure as hell wouldn't.

I wonder if any funds changed hands when Tony so graciously allowed
these overseas hams to operate his HK station? Or if he promised
them "Don't worry, I've taken care of all of the paperwork for your license"
Grin
"Come on down Amigo! Mi shack es tu shack!"

Seems there's a bad smell wherever this Rogozinski guy goes.... Huh
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K2FOX
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« Reply #19 on: December 24, 2010, 05:10:21 AM »

This is the same Tony Rogozinski who let Dimirti Kryukov, RA3CO,
operate Tony's HK1AR station as HK3RA in the 2008 CQ WW SSB contest.
Except it turns out that HK3RA is another Colombian's legit call, and
he did NOT give permission for his call (HK3RA) to be used.
HK3RA isn't even a contester.


Kryukov,RA3CO, did not follow the rules of Colombia in 2007 either, when he operated HK1AR
and took second place in the world for the Single Op Low Power category of CQWW CW.

But wait! There's more!....(as the commercial says)





Girts Budis, YL2KL, also operated Rogozinski's station in the 2006 CQ WPX RTTY
AND the ARRL CW DX contests, also without having any legal authorization to do so.

Of course it's the visiting Op's obligation to make sure he has all the proper paperwork.
But would YOU let someone operate YOUR contest station without
seeing that paperwork/ticket in your hot little hands?
I sure as hell wouldn't.

I wonder if any funds changed hands when Tony so graciously allowed
these overseas hams to operate his HK station? Or if he promised
them "Don't worry, I've taken care of all of the paperwork for your license"
Grin
"Come on down Amigo! Mi shack es tu shack!"

Seems there's a bad smell wherever this Rogozinski guy goes.... Huh


Interesting info, but it has nothing to do with the original topic. Just an attempt to "fan the flames"

Everyone, let it go, it's over.

Happy Holidays to All
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K1CJS
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« Reply #20 on: December 30, 2010, 05:37:21 AM »

As you know pal -  You, like everyone else who has ever bought something from me, received
the items that you paid for!  I had problems and they were shipped after a very long delay.  However you need
to change this posting NOW.


What?

That it took you a year to send what you owed and there is not even the hint of "sorry"? Nope, I think that the posting should remain as is.

Sorry, 

Al

It took a year for the purchaser to get the item???  I agree--an apology IS in order!
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AA3YV
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« Reply #21 on: September 25, 2012, 07:00:20 AM »

bad experience via ebay with Anthony Rogozinski (mariacon9).  Might be using different ebay IDs.   Beware!
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