First Deny, Then Dispute

First Deny, Then Dispute

There are 1 comment on the Bulverde Standard/STPNS story from Nov 12, 2007, titled First Deny, Then Dispute. In it, Bulverde Standard/STPNS reports that:

    First deny, then dispute.  That's the new mantra in corporate service to the consumer.

    For a long time it has become increasingly obvious that as the Baby Boom Generation ages, Generation X will attempt to take advantage of the senior citizens.

    Generation X is all about making money, with little or no regard for morality.  That's certainly not unique to Generation X, but it does seem to be on the increase. Read more

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melissa mcgill

Mesa, AZ

#1 Nov 26, 2007
u better hope ur wrong and stop spouting opinions that apply only to the world u know (in my world, i am the one taking care of my elders, just so you know, and i'm 22 yrs old) lest someone take them to heart and decide to make it true; positive suggestion will always produce better results than negative condescension

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