Beware of this common deceptive advertising practice

Beware of this common deceptive advertising practice

Update: 2020-11-19
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Well it's 11:03 pm and I'm tired. It's been a very busy day, but I do need to get this video done because I've been wanting to do it for days. I'm gonna get straight to the point. This has to do with what I consider deceptive advertising and I want to make sure that everybody that takes the time to watch my videos, listen to my podcasts, read my newsletters, I want to make sure that you have this information. You know that we try and put stuff out there to seriously help you. Whether you're going to end up using us or not is irrelevant. In the first week of my real estate course that I took in December of 2014, they taught me that my job is to protect the public. That is actually the job of all Realtors. That's why they have all these rules and laws in place. That's why we get fined so much if we do the wrong thing or could lose our license. Because we're supposed to be protecting the public. Well, I'm about to let you know about an advertising process that I feel is deceptive, because although the reader doesn't have to take it the way they take it, many of them do. So here we go.

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Beware of this common deceptive advertising practice

Beware of this common deceptive advertising practice

Steve Martin Smith