October 30

So Gullible


Creating mass hysteria is nothing new for us in the 21st century. It seems like the mainstream media never stops trying to keep us all worked up so we don’t pay attention to the man behind the curtain.

And with instant “news” and social media, it’s easy for them to manipulate us 24/7.

Almost a century ago, it wasn’t quite as easy as it is now to create mass-induced panic. But 85 years ago today, Orson Welles pulled off a stunt that, up to that time, had never been seen before.

His radio broadcast “War Of The Worlds” had listeners in a complete panic. They thought aliens were invading and the world was coming to an end.

A couple of months ago I took some time to actually listen to that archived radio program. I’ve gotta say, it was pretty good. I can see how some people might have believed it was real.

And now people are even more gullible. The sad thing is that with modern technology, it is way easier for unscrupulous individuals to manipulate and take advantage of others – especially when they are in difficult situations.

Take probate for instance. It’s a sad truth that there are lawyers and real estate investors who prey on families stuck in probate. How do I know? I’ve been lucky enough to catch these people in the act and save these families who are unsuspecting victims from basically giving away their inheritance.

Now more than ever this incredibly profitable niche of probate needs honest, trustworthy real estate professionals who do not just want to make money, but also want to genuinely help families. In a way, you become their hero. Their probate hero.

To your success,
Ernie “We Need More Heros” Vargas | The Probate Fox


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