Quoted from ralphwiggum:
I am trying to follow along with this logic and I am still coming to the same dead end.
Here is where I am at-
A random guy on the internet sells super bright lights at a marked up price
Almost to a T, everyone who has purchased these super bright lights sings his praises. He has literally walked on water with his customer service (even though he really didn't, people just have blind spots in their eyes from using his products)
He has other business(es) in his life other than pinball (hard for me to believe, I know), and one of those businesses had two poor reviews from 10 years ago
Those two reviews may (or may not) be from people that don't always make the best decisions financially, or actually understand how finances work (not stating this as fact, but it has been known to happen in that industry)
What am I missing?
Please tell me that Pinstadiums are made from Baby Seals, then you will have something I can actually understand.
from what I see on the web... he ran a previous business that was taken to court multiple times for fraud/fraudlike activity. He had built that business up and then opted to take advantage of people that went to him for help (allegedly, but based on some of the court records... not allegedly but factually)
does his ethics and business issues from 10 years ago matter to you? you personally, maybe not...
others, maybe so...
If it was speeding tickets and a joint in high school, then I dont think it is relevant.
Business ethics/ practices and a new business now.... seems pertinent.