Reported Post by nthornberry

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How does advocating a pledge by home inspectors to protect the privacy of their clients harm INACHI? I don’t understand.

Even my telephone company makes the same pledge. Why shouldn’t home inspectors?

How is promoting a pledge to protect the privacy of a home buyer less ethical than a Thornberry post claiming that a member is a child molester and a pedophile?

Has he finally gone over the edge?

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LOL.

I don’t blame you for trying to take this discussion out of the public domain, but you will have to carry on your fantasy alone.

If it somehow hurts yours or someone else’s business for home inspectors to take a pledge to protect the privacy of their client, it might be time to take a look at what it is you really do, IMO. The very last thing you should do, IMO, is to admit it.

The public debate is here: http://www.nachi.org/forum/f13/throwing-out-concept-discussion-83057/

See ya.

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Others?

Those voices in your head are not real people, kid.

Why do you fear a pledge by home inspectors to protect the privacy of their clients?

You, yourself, have been very public about home inspectors who do NOT participate in “business building” through compensation from you in return for private information about their clients.

Why do you think it is wrong for them to publicly acknowledge their commitment to protect the privacy of their client while you, at the same time, are publicly accusing them of being less thorough and performing the “minimum” for their clients? How do you perceive their pledge as “disparaging” when anyone … virtually anyone … who is willing to make the same pledge can do so, freely … or not make that pledge if they desire not to?

Even though you disparaged them by saying their inspections are less thorough and minimized by refusing to sell their clients’ information to you … the fact that they make this pledge speaks only for their commitment to their client.

I think your pretense of representing others is self serving and misleading.

Mr. Thornberry,

If you think you have an ethics complaint.

File it.

Maybe the same ESOP that found you guilty of multiples violations will agree with with you.

At least in your reality. :roll:

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Are those two of the multiple COE violations you were found guilty of?

lol

This guy has a very perverted way of viewing the ethical standards of the profession, according to his argument.

According to him … it is not unethical for a home inspector to write a soft report. It is unethical to write an article that reveals it.

According to him … it is not unethical for a home inspector to stick language in his inspection agreement that waives his clients rights to protection from a “no call” list and then sell the client’s private information to telemarketers. It is unethical for a home inspector to publicly pledge NOT to.

What a guy.

In Thornberry think - he is unable to violate the COE but everyone else is :wink:

If I was involved, I would take my ball and my bat and go home and kick the dirt on the way…:shock:

Just about did when I renewed recently.:frowning:

InterNACHI does not moderate member posts on its message board.

If you feel there is an Ethics violation, please forward a complaint to the ESOP Chair.

Yes. Please do that, and be sure and explain again about your 800,000 realtor message regarding inspectors who use recall check versus those who do not.

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Did you file your complaint yet?

Why or why not?

Nathan,

I am not one of the board moderators. The fact that you are crying foul about anything having to do with ethical issues is ponderous.

Or any other chair, like the one in the dining room…the result will be the same…