So I just got a letter from attorneys for Saen Higgins, Wealth Without Rick, LLC, WWR Marketing, LLC, and Wealth Systems, LLC, asking me to take down my article Is Wealth Without Risk by Saen Higgns a Scam I Should Investigate?
Their claim is the brief story in question gives people the impression GetOutOfDebt.org has a business relationship with Saen Higgins, “…use of Saen Higgins’s name incorrectly implies that [GetOutOfDebt.org] has a business relationship with Saen Higgins…”
I’m not sure how anyone could come to the conclusion that this site has a business relationship with Saen Higgins or Wealth Without Risk when the article was about if the pitch being made was a scam to investigate.
Seems Higgins and his Wealth Without Risk network could have done more to further their case by responding to the original article and helping to ally fears than attempt to silence the media and have articles about him removed. Gee, why would they want articles about him removed?
For me, those types of heavy-handed approaches make me believe their is something more to the story that people may not wish consumers to know. Is there something to hide? What is it?
According to the letter received the lawyers for Wealth Without Risk and Higgins say people can’t use his name, “…or reference to, Saen Higgins’s name on [GetOutOfDebt.org], the above referenced website, and any other websites…” Seems like maybe it’s a desire to actually achieve wealth without risk.
So let me state for the record, in case anyone was the least bit confused by my original article, GetOutOfDebt.org is in no way associated with Saen Higgins, Wealth Without Rick, LLC, WWR Marketing, LLC, or Wealth Systems, LLC.
Why be a bully about it? What’s the upside for Higgins with that approach?Why is Saen Higgins and Wealth Without Risk Being a Bully? by Steve Rhode