I mean, come on…if you’re gonna steal my ideas, brand positioning, content, etc. the LEAST you can do is make sure to NOT mention *MY* company’s name in YOUR website copy!!!?
NOTE: if you are considering using this company for your MBA admissions, please realize that this pond-scum people have STOLEN MY IDEAS (Ideas that I have spent almost a decade putting into ApplicantLab) and simply re-packaged MY advice and are trying to pass it off as their own.
They have NO credentials, NO experience, NO business to be charging people for their charlatan / amateur “advice” (which is really my advice).
So please, know that if you support this company, you’re supporting unethical, immoral people who have no qualms about ripping honest people off. Also, if you end up getting advice from them, there is a good chance they either don’t know what they are talking about, OR they have simply read all of MY content and are simply regurgitating it. So please, the world is evil enough these days — please, don’t reward their bad behavior!
UPDATE: when I confronted them about stealing my ideas, THEY ADMITTED THAT YES, THEY DID IT, and then added that “imitation is the sincerest form of flattery“.
Not when “imitation” = stealing, and NOT when you’re taking away SOMEONE ELSE’S LIVELIHOOD by sheer grift and laziness.
Look, they’re so lazy, they forgot to change my company’s name and replace it with their own on their original website! DO NOT SUPPORT THESE UNETHICAL THIEVES!
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