No Bait, No Switch (Summary)


Most corporations will do whatever it takes to add a little more dough to their bottom lines and it’s always at the customers expense. They lure us in with cute, flashy advertising, free services, introductory specials and deceptive one liners. They are fully committed to figuring out ways to squeeze and corner everyone for lots of loot.

The problem is that people don’t sit around talking to each other about how to get the upper hand on the businesses they deal with. But businesses do! It’s a ravenous game that most don’t even know they’re playing. Corporate boardrooms and management are constantly a buzz with intense discussions of highly deviant and manipulative planning of how to shake more money out of consumers.

This kind of scheming and conspiring is in fact much of what officers and management are paid the big bucks to do, day in and day out. So, it works while we as consumers do nothing but pay and moan. It’s almost as if we were bred and taught to perform like slaves. Conditioned into being good little consumers who will endure whatever kinds of unfair tactics corporatists care to dish out.

Dealing with Unified Numbering will be a completely different experience for its users. The best services will be absolutely free, and up charges will only occur for secondary, non-essentials for which the funds obtained will benefit everyone. And that’s the idea. What comes around really does go around when you use your resources wisely.

And unlike the majority of companies in existence today, all monies contributed to Unified Numbering will not be spent irresponsibly. Even though all money from the worldwide central banking scam is basically monopoly money, this isn’t a game and being frugal is something we’re proud of, you will be too.


The "Do Over" (Summary)
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