"Excuse me sir. I couldn't help observing you pounding that nail with a rock. How's it going?
I happen to have a really neat tool that hits the nail on the head every time. It never misses. In fact, it's so perfect it doesn't even have a claw to remove the missed hits.
Show us. Thus far your "evidence" does not demonstrate the alleged nail is holding the board to the stud let alone that your fancy hammer drove it in.
(like the bank does)"
"Unfortunately, I can't give you this magic 'hammer' for free."
"Oh, well, go on about your business and keep using your rock. This newfangled technology never works anyway. Been using that rock forever, huh?
How do you know we're using a rock? All you have is an allegation that you have a magic tool to replace something you know nothing about.
Not exactly a smart way to build credibility.
And dodging questions, too.
... I obviously am incapable of proving anything.
No, you're unwilling to answer questions. People who do that while promoting something they have a pecuniary interest in usually have a motive for doing that.
Fine But the answer is out there anyway. Suing for title is not the panacea we all want it to be.
Who said it was?
You stumbled upon this forum and thought it would be a vehicle to increase sales of the REST report through your channel. Your condescending approach and complete ignorance have blown any opportunity; if someone wants their counsel to obtain a REST report I would now recommend they obtain it from an alternate source.
Call me someday and I'll tell you the true story of how hard it was to sell the brand new flushing toilet in Pennsylvania.
Hammers and toilets, eh?
Maybe you should find something other than hardware and mysteriously-priced services to peddle.