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I will never do business with Jim Ciccarelli again.

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Yep,  he took money from an

Yep,  he took money from an affiliate then helped another affiliate sue and still helps her.  He owes her thousands of dollars.    Still helping the other.  Talk about ego.  

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I have never every been

I have never ever been screamed at or verbally abused more by anyone in my entire life.  I still have nightmares and my son remembers it all vividly. 

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The 10 most unethical people

The 10 most unethical people in business

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/the-10-most-unethical-people-in-business

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We Studied 38 Incidents of

We Studied 38 Incidents of CEO Bad Behavior and Measured Their Consequences

To examine how corporations handle allegations of CEO misbehavior, we conducted an extensive review of news media between 2000 and 2015. We identified 38 incidents where a CEO’s behavior garnered a meaningful level of media coverage (defined as more than 10 unique news references). We categorized these incidents as follows:

  • 34% involved reports of a CEO lying to the board or shareholders over personal matters, such as a drunk driving offense, undisclosed criminal record, falsification of credentials, or other behavior.
  • 21% involved a sexual affair or relations with a subordinate, contractor, or consultant.
  • 16% involved CEOs making use of corporate funds in a manner that is questionable but not strictly illegal.
  • 16% involved CEOs engaging in objectionable personal behavior or using abusive language.
  • 13% involved CEOs making public statements that are offensive to customers or social groups.
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Interesting because I was told he was quitting because he was so sick but then I found out he knew all about the new site and I had no clue about,  then he sends this.