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1) yes.this is a vibration training platform called TrueVibe. We sell to sports clubs, gyms, hospitals for rehab etc etc. And we also use in our own (owned) fitness studio.
2) 100% new
3) we purchased the equipment from TrueVibrations UK...We paid a company (Sackville) that is owned by the UK finance company Conance based in High Barnet) and wired the money directly to them. I need to check whether we were invoiced by TrueVibe or Sackville...Conance has a contract with a Dutch company (AP Nederland) who assembled the TrueVibe machine and purchased machines directly from them which I assume means that Conance actually owns the machines and not TrueVibrations.I think the arrangement was that each time TrueVibrations sold a machine, Conance would release the machine to the purchaser and TrueVibrations would pay a few hundred Euros to Conance.
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