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Old 09-20-2010, 06:38 AM   #31 (permalink)
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This is my last post on this subject and a response to Johnn-- Why my business failed: 1. I kept a very slim profit margin to try to give people a 'good deal'. 2. I had several people RECEIVE their rather expensive merchandise (about $3K total), then charge back against their credit cards saying they hadn't, and got ZERO help from the card company, banks, AGs or police. 3. I had a supplier fold while owing me $5K worth of merchandise that I had already paid for. 4. I loaned some money to someone whom I thought was a friend, who promptly disappeared to another state. and 5. Sales dropped way off due to something called a recession.

I lasted 10 years in the hobby sector, many don't make 5..... let's see YOU do better. If not, don't act like a troll.
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Old 09-20-2010, 08:37 AM   #32 (permalink)
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lol, and I thought the majority of this hobby were mature grown ups....
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Old 09-20-2010, 09:27 AM   #33 (permalink)
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Geeeeeeeeeez now we got two more people cussin and discussin!! Oh Boy "The thread that won't die away" Maybe if we are really really quiet it will????? The two principles have seemed to kiss and make up, how about the other two and get onto trains again!! Nothing personal just my opinion, and I'm stickin to it!! Oh please let's go on to more positive things!! K?????? Regal
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Old 09-20-2010, 09:31 AM   #34 (permalink)
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Since this is serving no useful purpose, then a quick euthanasia.



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Old 01-22-2020, 12:46 PM   #35 (permalink)
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Cordless Renovations, LLC Acquires RCS

Cedar Rapids, Iowa, September 17th, 2010—In a two part deal, four train enthusiasts known as (“The Group”) acquired exclusive rights (The Sale & Distribution of RCS) from Tony Walsham, owner of Remote Control Systems (RCS-Beltrol) of Victoria, Australia to sell, distribute and manufacture the Australian made Elite Series of the RCS product line along with the Elsema radio based hardware. Today, an agreement was signed to sell those rights from (“The Group”) to (in no specific terms) Remote Control Solutions, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

The well-known (RCS) name Remote Control Systems and product lines sold by Dave Goodson (NWRCS) and Don Sweet (RCS of NE) will be licensed and sold under the RCS name by Remote Control Solutions of North American.

The new RCS “Elite Series” will expand its product line and offer a new design from the existing Elsema radio based hand controllers that will give you a broader frequency range with more control options, along with a new line of DC / DCC decoders, sandwich boards (that will dissipate heat) and an (optional) basic sound file (diesel or steam) that can be downloaded into the new decoders.

During this transition train enthusiasts can continue to order the RCS product line and have it installed directly from Dave Goodson at NWRCS via: http://dnkgoods.home.mindspring.com or Don Sweet at RCS of NE via: http://www.remotecontrolthrottles.com. Soon all of our combined efforts and new product line will be available to purchase and have installed through our new website at: www.remotecontrolsolutions.net.

“This is a win...win acquisition for all of thus,” say’s Rick Isard, owner of Cordless Renovations, LLC. “With two of the best train enthusiasts/promoters (Dave Goodson & Don Sweet) leading our design team, we are sure to make a hole-in-one."

The RCS product line is now owned, operated and manufactured here in the United States by Remote Control Solutions, a subsidiary company of Cordless Renovations, LLC.

And years later, Izzard is gone, owing many people money, and Tony is still in business making good reliable products.


'nuff said.
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What brought that thought on 10 years after?
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Old 01-23-2020, 02:35 AM   #37 (permalink)
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Thanks Greg.
After ripping me off, that man spent a huge amount of money promoting RCS of the USA.

.....and it was all for nothing.
He went broke and I ended up getting the rub off anyway.


RCS prospers to this day concentrating on supplying R/C for Live Steam.
However, a RTR fully battery R/C with sound 1:32nd scale brass model of the NSWGR C38 loco will be available next week. Battery R/C was chosen over track power as track power is extremely difficult to do with all the fine detail of a Gauge # 1 model.


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Pete: Someone could not find Dave Goodson's contact info, i.e. his email... even though I have it, I was googling NWRCS and bumped into a lot of posts and boasts from Izzard, including this thread.


Tony: The best to you man! Sometimes the good guys win out in the long run.



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Time to dig a hole in the backyard and bury this subject, it was over 10 years ago just let it go folks.
It's a new decade.
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Time to dig a hole in the backyard and bury this subject, it was over 10 years ago just let it go folks.
It's a new decade.



Or..if anyone wants to talk about it 10 years later, there is nothing wrong with that at all, go for it.



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