Since you asked …
In my opinion … home inspectors who enter into secret agreements with you (that they are prohibited from disclosing to their clients) to sell their clients’ personal information to you … in exchange for any compensation … is unethical. Slipping clauses into their inspection agreements that allow you to bypass “no call” lists while continuing to conceal from their clients that they are selling you personal information that they have been entrusted with is unconscionable. Inspectors who are doing this should be stripped of their membership from this … and every other … professional association.
It is also my opinion … that home inspectors who betray the trust of their clients in this manner who work in states that license them … should have their licenses revoked. (Perhaps the fact this type of activity violates the law in certain states is why you forbid home inspectors who contract with you from revealing the “existence” of their contract with you).
Now … in that you have the founder of NACHI’s photograph promoting you on every one of your posts that contain lies and misrepresentations about the conduct of your alarm lead harvesting activities … it is likely that he would continue to ignore the same ethics committee that has already found you guilty of multiple ethical violations stemming from complaints sent to them from all across the United States. I think you have found safe haven, here … but it does not make what you do right or ethical, in my opinion.