2nd Annual RedFlagDeals.com Member Awards

Locked: VOTE NOW! Most Helpful Thread!

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  • Jul 15th, 2008 8:49 pm
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Poll: What is the Most Helpful Thread?

  • Total votes: 569. You have voted on this poll.
rn- Rogers Retention
 
106
19%
Red_Army- Plumbing Advice
 
10
2%
Jeff-TheBiz- Buying Mazda
 
76
13%
Monsieurmaggot- US Cars
 
184
32%
ainsane- Best Comp Stores
 
15
3%
Ebola- Cross Border FAQ
 
23
4%
nepean19- Rogers HD PVR
 
36
6%
Hellfire- PC Underwriter
 
31
5%
phillbert- Work Secrets
 
48
8%
patrob- Hardwood Flooring
 
40
7%
[OP]
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May 17, 2003
7216 posts
1545 upvotes

VOTE NOW! Most Helpful Thread!

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What thread did you learn the most from? What thread helped you the most? Vote now and if that thread is voted the most helpful, the creator of that thread will win a $50 gift card to the store of their choosing, a RedFlagDeals.com T-shirt, and a plaque commemorating the achievement!

The nominees have been selected and the voting has begun! What do you think is the most helpful thread? VOTE NOW!

Voting ends on July 15th.

Good luck and congratulations to all the nominees and everyone for participating!
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[OP]
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May 17, 2003
7216 posts
1545 upvotes
Deal Fanatic
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Oct 17, 2006
5309 posts
273 upvotes
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will there be a poll on most helpful/knowledgeble user?
[OP]
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May 17, 2003
7216 posts
1545 upvotes
molala wrote:
Jul 1st, 2008 5:46 pm
will there be a poll on most helpful/knowledgeble user?
Yes, just takes a bit of time to create all the polls. That's the last one to do.
Deal Guru
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May 13, 2004
11170 posts
412 upvotes
Toronto
Thanks! I didn't know about some of the "most helpful threads," and now have them bookmarked.
Deal Fanatic
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Feb 2, 2005
7260 posts
89 upvotes
Toronto
Voted for Work Secrets.
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Sr. Member
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Aug 15, 2006
816 posts
17 upvotes
Edmonton
Hellfire got my vote, although they are all great! Thanks to all.
Deal Expert
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Oct 15, 2002
18115 posts
102 upvotes
Toronto
Voted for Hellfire's thread. All were helpful threads but Hellfire was the most consistent in responding to people's questions on his thread over the past few years, while some just disappeared after the first post (eg. Rogers retention thread).

Red_Army's thread title is misspelled by the way. Should be Plumbing Advice, not Plubming Advice. :)
Newbie
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Apr 28, 2007
14 posts
Southwestern Ontario
Monsieur Maggot

You are most deserving of this award. The $ 50 you will win in nothing compared to the millions that Canadians have saved over the last sixteen months. Almost 15 000 replies and 2 million hits.

And you have asked nothing in return. A true RFD'er.

Please vote for this thread it is an incredible endeavour !
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Sep 7, 2005
666 posts
6 upvotes
Lookin' for deals wrote:
Jul 2nd, 2008 9:53 am
Monsieur Maggot

You are most deserving of this award. The $ 50 you will win in nothing compared to the millions that Canadians have saved over the last sixteen months. Almost 15 000 replies and 2 million hits.

And you have asked nothing in return. A true RFD'er.

Please vote for this thread it is an incredible endeavour !
My sentiments exactly.
Moo... or whatever it is camels do.
Deal Addict
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Feb 28, 2006
1343 posts
147 upvotes
Toronto
Thanks everyone.

I am not surprised the interest the thread garnered.

The savings are too great to keep quiet. Buying one car in the US could conceivably save you more money than almost all the other threads combined.

The world needs to know just how easy it is to import a car.

The Canadian car dealers would wish I would just shut up and go away.

They're spending thousands of dollars telling you that deals exist in Canada instead of actually giving you a break.
Help keep the Canadian economy strong. Don't buy overpriced new cars in Canada. Car stealerships in Canada don't value your business & conspire to keep prices artificially high. Before you buy a new car in Canada, do yourself a favour, compare US pricing first! Some RFDers saved TENS of THOUSANDS shopping for vehicles down south. Find out how I saved over $18,000 by importing my vehicle from the US at my personal website: www.monsieurmaggot.com and be sure to read my other rants there too!
Deal Addict
Nov 29, 2002
3341 posts
4 upvotes
Booo, 4 votes, you guys suck! Haha.
Deal Fanatic
Jan 16, 2008
7562 posts
149 upvotes
Hands down WINNER!! no need to tabulate if considering the savings. :cheesygri
Newbie
Jul 2, 2008
1 posts
Toronto, Ontario
Mazda guy got my vote!! reading his replies/threads have been extremely helpful!
Member
May 30, 2006
280 posts
10 upvotes
Monsieurmaggot wrote:
Jul 2nd, 2008 7:35 pm
Thanks everyone.

I am not surprised the interest the thread garnered.

The savings are too great to keep quiet. Buying one car in the US could conceivably save you more money than almost all the other threads combined.

The world needs to know just how easy it is to import a car.

The Canadian car dealers would wish I would just shut up and go away.

They're spending thousands of dollars telling you that deals exist in Canada instead of actually giving you a break.
Great work !!!
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