Originally Posted by Innov8tive
Thanks for the kind words! I do my best to represent everything I sell as accurately and professionally as possible. If I do make a mistake, I will publically admit it and take whatever corrective actions that need to be made to remedy the situation. I have too much riding on this to mis-represent the products or my company, you can count on that! My reputation is very important to me, and I would never do anything to jeopordize that.
Precisely my point. Considering that you will be selling kits and even magnets seperately I would think that it would be easy enough for someone to verify your claims on their own so it would make little sense to start such big business venture based on a lie that would surely be discovered if in fact it were a lie.
(Peter Maul I assume?),
Rather than accuse someone of making fraudulent claims and slandering them in the process I think my above suggestion (buy some magnets, test them yourself and post your results) would be a more appropriate way to proceed.