More free advertising for NACHI members. 4 million Consumer Report guides go out.

Who is printing and distributing the guides? Who is on the list to get them?

Also, do you think that “CR recommends NACHI inspectors” is accurate or is it more accurate that they quoted you recomending NACHI inspectors?

I only gave Consumer Reports a list of signs of trouble, the recommendation to use NACHI members was theirs.

So everything after the first sentance following the bullet point for “blisters” is their own addition? Any idea how they arrived at the price?

Also - who is printing and distributing the piece, and who is on the list to get it?

To tell the truth… I didn’t write a word of it. Consumer Reports wrote it for me.

Here is another one: