It’s the natural tendency of mankind to scorn what it cannot understand or match. I truly wish it weren’t the case but unfortunately that’s what we as humans do. Well, I’m tired of it and I’m going to prove those naysayers wrong by detailing a solid argument as to why there is no Pre Paid Legal Services scam.
Pre paid legal (and it’s predecessor, The Sportsman’s Motor club) have been serving families throughout North America for almost 50 years. The idea was born in a man who, after a head on collision, realized that people needed to be protected against astronomical legal fees that can be incurred in many of life’s unexpected events. Harland Stonecipher is the man behind the mission and the kind of longevity he brings with his company is rarely matched in the marketplace. Would Mr. Stonecipher make this kind of commitment to a pre paid legal services scam? I doubt it.
The 2nd major indicator of the legitimacy of this company is the fact that it’s a recognized, publicly traded company. The pre paid stock has been publicly traded since 1984 and in 1999 it was listed as the 33rd fastest growing company on the NYSE. In 2000, Forbes magazine listed them one of the top 200 Best Small Companies in America for the 5th year in a row.
I’m a firm believer that the market is a great judge of the quality of a product or a company. If the product is less than par, odds are the company will fail. If the company is less than stellar, it won’t survive the first 5 years in business. Do you realize that Pre Paid Legal has over 1 million customers/representatives? That’s quite an indication that this is a company that’s needed in the marketplace.
So after taking all the evidence into consideration, I must conclude that Pre Paid Legal is, in fact, an american success story. Those who cry “Pre Paid Legal Services Scam” do not have their facts in order and certainly are not taking the big picture into consideration. Great history, public recognition and a large customer base = a good company.
Cavett Robert said it best “There are many people who don’t want to take the trip themselves, yet pose as experts who criticize the travels of others.” Don’t be a critic… jump in the car and take the ride.
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