What You Need To Know About This $4.5 Million Pool In The Bahamas

By Nicki Kaur September 18, 2018 7:57am It’s one of the most coveted locations in the Bahamas and it’s being held by the Bahamas National Aquarium.

But according to some locals, this $4 million pool could be a scam.

The owner, who goes by the name of Chris, says he and his crew of eight have been scammed by people who promised them money if they put a price tag on the pool.

Chris says he’s been getting $5,000 for a few hours a week to keep his house in good shape.

He’s even gotten calls from people who say they’re going to buy a house for $7 million.

“I’m still looking for the right people to come along and sell my house,” Chris says.

He says the price tag was $4,500, which is well above the normal rate for a pool.

It could be the most expensive pool in the world, he says.

The Bahamas National Pool is located at the entrance of the Caribbean Sea off of Nassau and is known as the Bahamas’ largest indoor pool.

This is one of five indoor pools in the country, along with two indoor pools and two outdoor pools.

The Bahamas National Park has a total of more than 200,000 acres of public land.

The pool’s owner, Chris, was kind enough to give us his side of the story, and we asked him for some tips.

We asked him what his main complaint was about this pool.

“They are calling me, they want $3 million,” he says, adding that he’s gotten calls every few days.

He says the first time he heard about the scam, he called to say that he wanted $3.4 million.

He didn’t get a response.

Chris says this pool has been in his family for over 40 years.

He lives in a trailer park on the beach and had his first pool there when he was 16 years old.

His son, Chris Jr., is 16.

He has a 4-year-old daughter and a 2-year old son.

“When they call, I have to say, ‘You guys have been living in this house forever, aren’t you?'”

Chris says, laughing.

He says he’d never put a money amount on a pool before, but he was shocked to find that people were willing to pay $5 million for a little piece of property.

Chris tells us he’s getting $3,000 a day to keep the house in order.

He said he got a call from a woman who said that if he didn’t put down a price on the house she would give him $5.1 million.

Chris and his wife, Carol, own a couple of houses in the area, and the family lives in an apartment complex on the island.

Chris Jr. lives in the apartment complex with his parents.

The couple’s property was valued at more than $12 million when Chris Jr.’s father died in 2016.

His father died while he was in the hospital, and he and Carol, a retired teacher, lived in a small apartment.

When we asked Chris about the money he’d been promised, he told us that they’d told him they’d get a 10% down payment on the property, which was a good offer.

In the meantime, he said he’s hoping to sell the property.

But if that doesn’t work out, he’s considering moving back to Nassau to live with his family.