X-Message-Number: 13948
Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2000 10:40:57 -0600
From: Mathew Sullivan <>
Subject: Response to Dave Pizer


I'm not sure if you have had a chance to take micro and macro economics in
college, but we are only looking at basic market forces taking place here.
If what you say is true, that most prospective customers are more
interested in price rather than quality;  Then CI should have a couple
thousand members, not a couple hundred.  Alcor has more members than all
the other organizations combined, and has done so without competing unfairly.

If Alcor were in a situation where we were making money hand over fist,
venture capitalists would be taking a very strong interest in what we do
and attempt to capture a share of the market.

If you honestly think you can deliver a competitive product at a better
price, maybe it is time for you to go out and start your own organization.

Mathew Sullivan

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