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This Requirement Is Right Sizing Advocates

Having mutually agreed communication with the represented people is the door to our progress. Requiring that 1st party claims are collected and handled for the good of the average person is the key. Here are 3 levels of empowerment within the advocacy relationship model: Level one is to set the value, rules and requirement of your 1st party claims and suggestions. Level two is your ability to set the policies that help you track, audit and identify where and when your 1st party claim is used, misdirected or stolen. Level three is having the means to subject the violators of level one or two to appear in court, show cause and be liable for damages.

Our Relationship To Advocates

The great majority of our current advocates can neither love nor hate us; because they don’t know us, as us. They know us by what 3rd and 4th parties have taught them about us.
Because of those flawed relations with the advocates that are working to fix our problems; our results have been stagnant. The operating policies for advocates that are written by is targeted to be a precision tool for the average person. A tool for organizing and improving the options for advocacy assistance for the average person; with accountability. The first value in the equation of problem solving is the 1st party claim. The second value is in how we handle the incoming claim. The third value is how you think we’re handling our mutual agreement to have exchange with you. CEO