Here’s a question posed for our readers across Southern California regarding business-world realities: Do you think that most companies are predominantly concerned with the public’s value judgments regarding their products or the corporate bottom line?
The answer to that query is pretty simple, isn’t it? Although most businesses of course want consumers to like their product offerings (you can’t consistently sell an overtly flawed item), the coin counters in a company are primarily focused on, well, counting coins.
And, while doing so, many of them bend the rules. That is, they engage in fraud and deceit — as well as sloppy quality control and, sometimes, wanton bad-faith behavior — that seeks to portray their goods and services in a manner that distorts reality.
Here’s that reality, as confirmed through countless customer complaints and legal actions necessitated to promote consumers’ rights: There’s a lot of underhanded corporate behavior going on. As we note online at The Law Offices of Stephen B. Morris, a consumer protection firm in San Diego advocating solely on behalf of plaintiffs, unethical and unlawful business behavior extends to hidden and inflated charges, false product advertising and product defects that greatly endanger the public’s safety.
We certainly appreciate consumers’ anger, frustration and fear concerning that status quo. Indeed, it is our life’s work to challenge it. As our site duly notes, our law firm “aggressively advocates for victims of consumer fraud in Southern California and across the nation.”
And we do so with a demonstrated record of diligence and empathy brought to bear on behalf of clients; our firm’s principal has been practicing law and advocating passionately on behalf of defrauded consumers since 1986.
We welcome readers to our blog, hoping that our posts are routinely viewed as being timely, informative and legally helpful concerning consumer-related issues. We appreciate the opportunity to respond to your questions and concerns and to apply our professional experience on your behalf when you need a legal advocate.