[ExI] Social right to have a living
pharos at gmail.com
Thu Jun 30 08:39:42 UTC 2011
On Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 2:30 AM, Samantha Atkins wrote:
> Default on a contract and you get called in front of the DRO (dispute
> resolution organization) agreed to as part of the contract. If you default
> on the DROs judgment or blow them off then others will be very unlikely to
> do business with you or trust you. There are also escrow type arrangements
> without involving a state. You don't need a state for such defaulting on
> agreements to receive much negative feedback. You don't get impartiality
> from a government.
The crooks don't care about negative feedback, or peoples' opinions.
Offer a cheaper price and people will avoid escrow systems.
Look at the scam artists on the Internet. How many people do you think
do repeat business with them?
None - but there are always new punters sending money in. So the huge
profits keep rolling in.
If eventually business winds down, start up a new company and carry on.
You don't even have to offer a product. Just offer hope of a cure, or
a hope of receiving more money back, or a hope of good luck in the
If you can get the government in your pocket, like the banksters, then
just pay a fine occasionally and carry on ripping people off.
To stop scams and white-collar crime you need a legal system of
justice, law enforcement, jail time and requisition of ill-gotten
The US used to have that. They should consider trying it again sometime.
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