We just got the Master Inspector Network Booklet in today! I am attaching some pictures for you to see.
20,000 will be hitting the NE Florida market in the coming weeks. We have I believe almost 20 inspectors in the manual and the pilot study begins.
The next market I would like to tackle is TAMPA. Yes Tampa/Clearwater area. I would like to drop ship 20,000 to Joe Burkeson as soon as he accepts chapter leaders ship down there. I spoke to Joe a couple of weeks ago about setting up a chapter and becoming president. Not sure with all the hoopla on the board if Joe is up for the struggle, but sure would like to see him give it a go.
PS - I dont know if I uploaded the pictures correctly! If not I will have Catherine do it in the morning!
Ten days after Mike Rowan accepted Nick’s offer to run the CMI program as president of the MCIB, Inspection Depot, on 11/30/06, published the following in the 20,000 copies of the booklet he is mailing out to the Tampa Market:
Publishing this on 11/30 and then soliciting suggestions for how the program should be run a week later in a variety of threads certainly appears to be an attempt of manipulation…
What else has been implemented and is being put before the public while he hides in the dark?
And look at what he has to say about NACHI in the same brochure…
Hey, Rowan. Did you let Hoopy write this?
Or how about this, from Meddlin’ Mike?
Now, Mike…please…rejoin the discussions you initiated and tell us more about your “peer review” program led by Hoopy.
This is the brochure he is sending out to the Tampa market. Way to go, Mike.
Michael has started publishing false statements about CMI.
He is now going to distribute 20,000 copies aimed at promoting
the CMI designation with false information it.
The following quote is false. Plain and simple. Yet it does not
bother Michael to make 20,000 copies of a lie. The man has
Certified Master Inspector…Inspectors must also have passed a psychometrically approved examination such as the FABI test or the national home inspector’s examination.
The current CMI’s in Florida were not approved by these conditions.
It is just like the rest of his lies.
Michael can tell me to be nice, but then he expects me to remain
silent and trust him while he has just announced another lie.
The Florida test is part of the needed “track record” he needs
in order to show how powerful his new marketing of CMI can be.
Publish a lie, Endorse other associations other than NACHI,
“Entice” as Michael likes to say… Entice the likes of Hoopy
into leadership… and then leave us thinking that he
will not break Nicks promises to the current CMI’s… and
then come on this forum and tell us he is the kind of guy
we should trust?
I noticed that he said that he keeps laughing… but I
perceived a little strain is starting to show up in that
This is an inaccurate statement for several reasons and needs to be readdressed. Most glaring was your use of “certrified inspector”. NACHI does not certify inspectors.
Just off the top of my head:
*The National Association of Certified Home Inspectors, was formed in 1990 and is the largest trade association in the world. Entrance requirements to be a certified member with NACHI include a psycohmetric validated online examination, completion of several mandatory core subject courses and report review confirmation that the inspector has completed 100 inspections in substantial compliance with NACHI’s Standards of Practice. NACHI also has an entry level working member program whereby inspectors must have completed 4 mock inspections for review purposes by NACHI peers before the new inspector can undertake/complete his first fee paid inspection… *