What the Truth is

The truth is hard to find as there are many versions of is perceived to be the truth. It’s a strange subject to introduce into a consume advice website however, very much on point.

The first fact is those who ‘look in’ listen and advice can only offer opinion!

You will have your truth, your adversary’s will have their's, their advisors will have formed their truth and that hordes of other ‘on lookers’ will have their truths. They are all forms of truth, but the ‘real’ truth is often illusory. The fact is, to get to the truth is to listen to the subjective statements one presents and then apply to the express documents which flowed from the transaction. You will not get all the evidence at one sitting and the documents may follow, after your position has been advanced to your opponent’s therefore, everyone must concede that they may have mis-heard, mis-understood, mis-interpreted and mis-judged.

Many regale, promote and proclaim that they have the truth are in the know and will deliver the truth always, but that a position which can land you in trouble. We are all human have flares imperfect and need to reflect with the aid of advice.

You will have buyer’s seller and the dissenters and accordant each having a bias which adds fuel to the fire. Therefore, receiving and taking advice is very dangerous.
Your advisor must the balance what you claim was said against the documented events contained in the expressly worded documents. When this is done your advisor will have more questions then find ‘on a balance of probability’ if your version of events ‘stack up’. If it does and there are few holes in your case, the advice given to you could be very helpful. However, if the advisors are ignorant to the matter at hand, ill informed as to the market place, the law or the concepts, then they could be sending you down a more dangerous road.

In internet does not help, as its littered with advertisements, claims, counter claims and unkempt advice. Some websites can be quite helpful, but equally others are very dangerous. If you intend to visit with a re-seller you need to know if they recommended by others, if so are those others your opponents? Is it wise to take the recommendations of your opponents? Are those recommending those you are enquiring about “gushing about them”, if so, that may be a sign that the recommendation is false. No one gushes about another.

To give any contemplation any chance, you have to gather facts so that you can consider them and to do that you must optimize and uses all your senses. Are you being sold at? Is their hostility in way they are selling, is their desperations? will they make money from you? Is it a reasonable sum? Does it appear reasonable. Is it complicated?  Do you fully understand everything you’ve been told?

Are they qualified in the field of expertise you need? Are they experienced, do they use the language of say, ‘a lawyer’, ‘a creditable trader’? Do you know them? Do you know where the live and have you visited their office? All matter that you must consider before instructing them.