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Is anyone else having a problem with downloading CDNN's new catalog?
 

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Got this email from them

Please call one of our knowledgeable salesmen at 800-588-9500 for immediate
assistance. The catalog is not valid at this time. We do hope to do business with you!
Thank You,

CDNN Sports, Inc.


Why do I want to call them if I can't find out what they are selling?
 

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Their prices are changing too fast for the catalog, but they do have some stuff on their website.
 

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Is anyone else having a problem with downloading CDNN's new catalog?
Steve regularyl sends emails. He inserts a catalog page that is often distorted in an emil and it also makes the email fairly large. Your email delivery is directly related to bandwidth. It you have a slow ISP (DSL, 6mg WIFI, about 4mg or satelite 1-2 mg download) You will likely have problems. I have 100mg cable. 30mg of cable actually costs less that 6 Mg of DSL from any ISP using copper delivery. If it is available in your area, 30mg for $30/Mo. is a bargin that will dramatically increase performance.

In the meantime, use a fast browser like Chrome. When you get an email from CDNN look for this below the email header: Email not displaying
correctly? View it in your
browser.



I would also suggest you try downloading the catalog directly from thier website, not from your email.


Our mailing address is:
CDNN Sports, Inc.P.O. Box 6514
Abilene, Texas79608



800-588-9500


You should be aware that CDNN is a liquidator. They have some product that may not be presently available from other distributors. The sell retail, their discount to FFL's is an accomodation price, not wholesale. An average discount to FFL's is less than 10% off retail. Buyer beware. CDNN is know to advertize some product as new that is not. What is new is normally not current. e.g., They mainly sell closeout items that are 1-3 years old.


If you are buying for yourself, CDNN may be an ok deal. If you are reselling, understand that the general public can usually buy less expensivley from CDNN than from an FFL selling at fair market prices.
 
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