That’s exactly the point

And it’s a case of projection: When you think you’re right and people bring up points that prove you wrong and you’re getting emotional about it, then you tell others they’re getting emotional. In psychology it’s called projection and that’s what’s going on here. George came in here, trying to make nice and pretend like he was asking for information, just as he was taught to do when prospecting, and instead of everyone saying, “Oh, yes, PPL is one of the good ones,” we hit him with the truth.

The truth? Well some people can’t handle the truth. George is one of them. He’s so sure he’s right that he never has dealt directly with points I’ve made (even in posts awaiting moderation). He’s dealt with some issues, but has conveniently ignored my point about all the sites talking about PPL as a scam or fraud.

What gets me is that he was so eager to try to recruit that he didn’t bother to read the docs he was told to on joining the group. If he had, he would never have posted here.

I can feel the sympathy, but only when a person listens to other points of view and wakes up. I’ve spent my life making sure I deal with all the facts, even if I don’t like them, so I have no sympathy for someone who listens to only what they want to hear, even if it’s because of this type of brainwashing. In his case he’s where he is because heonly paid attention to the research that told him what he wanted to hear.

Within the next year or so, when he realizes he’s not making money and even losing it, he’ll remember this and be rather ticked off because then he’ll see we were right.

I don’t understand

First you post asking for any information and then when you receive it and don’t like what you read you keep posting back, vigorously defending PPL. I think you are not looking for information but are looking to convince others how great PPL is.
I can feel sympathy for you being brainwashed by an MLM (I was too, hook, line and sinker) but to attempt to convince people on THIS site of all sites leads me to believe that you are just not very bright.

As a former Paralegal

who worked at the second largest law firm in our city…. and also worked for an attorney who worked in the three largest cities in Pennsylvania…

Good lawyers do not reccommend this service. They do not participate in this service. Law abiding citizens to not need preventative maintenance to law.

Furthermore, as others suggested, they would not put their top notch attorneys on this stuff. They’d put first year associates and interns on it.

A real estate transaction would not require so much money that you’d need to pay for the service in advance… nor would an estate plan.
If you don’t have a couple hundred dollars for these typical legal occurrances, then you shouldn’t be buying a house and you don’t have an estate to plan for.

This service is poppycosh and no attorney that I ever did work for would ever get mixed up with it. (And I worked for decent attorneys who had good ethics…. not ambulance chasers or the likes)