This comment and reply refer to the Consumer Alert of June 2. Click here to view.
It seems either you can’t read or you are blind to the truth. The page in which you refer to has two ads, one with Brad Sugars where he promotes his book “Real Money Real Estate” and another ad promoting the “Profit from Property Seminars” which does not feature Brad Sugars at all.
It is irresponsible of you to launch an attack on a high profile public figure in Australia by attempting to link two completely unrelated pieces of information. You seem to be creating a sensational story when one doesn’t exist. I find this sickening.
You say you promote “Ethics in Real Estate” and yet you have no journalistic integrity producing articles of this nature which are blatantly misleading and totally untrue. I challenge you to put this email on your web site! Why don’t you show how truly one-eyed and insincere you really are.
How can you run an article on “one band” because “another band” said something that’s objectionable to you, just because both bands’ tickets were available from Ticketek.
Maybe its time for you to start practising what you preach and stop letting your own ego and bias create sensational lies.
“Ethics in Reporting”