1. I fail to see how selling a few books on our site could be compared to high-pressure sales tactics at a cemetery. That’s really odd. Do you think there’s something immoral or illegal about a nonprofit selling modestly priced books to fund its budget? Given that the funeral industry amounts to about $15 billion a year in revenue it seems strange you’re alarmed at a shoestring nonprofit with a budget of less than 200K a year. 2. I did not write, direct, or produce the story. 60 Minutes did. I was interviewed. If you dislike their focus your complaint is with them, not me. 3. You can plainly see for yourself on this site the voluminous material we’ve collected over the years (that’s “investigation”) on the industry. That we make freely available to consumers, just like you. 4. It’s hard to believe that someone with no interest in this issue would come to the conclusion that Funeral Consumers Alliance has a personal vendetta against SCI. I suppose Consumer Reports has a personal vendetta against Ford when they rate one of their cars low? What a very strange conclusion to come to.
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