The Lemon Law and the Collective Consciousness

The Federal Lemon Law was passed in 1975 to protect consumers against warranty fraud, most notably in auto sales.  To this day, car sales men and women still fight the stigma tied to their profession (anyone referred to as a “used car salesman” isn’t receiving a complement).

That was 36 years ago, and sadly, the collective consciousness of today is no better than it was back then.  We need our morality legislated like never before, because where there is money to be made between someone selling and someone buying, you will find rampant dishonesty and corruption.

For you and me, this is actually good news.  Because if you’re honest, reliable, and deal with integrity, you’ll find that customers will actually seek you out.  We’re that scarce.

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