Why & When might a Research, Tutoring & Education Fee be appropriate?
Dennis Prager in the video above right, specifically discusses the example of a woman knowing upon walking into the local camera store that she plans to buy a camera online. Nevertheless, she takes up thirty minutes of the salesman’s time with questions about one camera versus another.
You are intentionally stealing time from an innocent salesperson who could be earning a commission from working with a different customer. Are cameras, TVs, stereos and other items more expensive at stores than they are online? YES. But the schnorrer might want to consider that the salesperson’s time, the opportunity to test products, touch them, and compare them is worth the extra money you pay in person. You get what you pay for. … we have obligations as consumers, not just rights.
Yes, being a schnorrer is not illegal. But it’s unethical, and un-Jewish. (Ask any rabbi from any denomination.)
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Authority and Limitations on Research Fees
Tutoring, Research and Education only, appear to be fine and legal.
CA Insurance Code §32.5 “Life and disability insurance analyst” means a person who, for a fee or compensation of any kind, paid by or derived from any person or source other than an insurer,
advises, purports to advise, or offers to advise any person insured under, named as beneficiary of, or having any interest in, a life or disability insurance contract, in any manner concerning that contract or his or her rights in respect thereto.
Thus, we will NOT advise you, but only do the research and then YOU interpret and make your own decision.
ADVISE a : to give (someone) a recommendation about what should be done : to give advice to <advise her to try a drier climate>
c : recommend <advise prudence>
Ministerial Duties Journal of Legal Profession
Nor do we practise law or give legal advice.
We only do our “best efforts.” We are not attorney’s and do not purport to be able to look up every single thing that might be relevant to your situation. It’s only research, it’s up to you to verify all information.
Colorado SB 18 136 allows fees when agent does not receive a commission.
Main Benefits of Broker Page, Related Sibling and Child Pages
Property & Casualty Broker’s License, defined, other than Life, Health & Disability §1623