PJ, I’d like to bring up something.
Imagine someone approaches you and offers you a brand new, very large, home cinema set that would normally cost $2000. This set is offered to you for the very low price of only $200.
Now if this person is from, say, NBC Television, and there are cameras, and you are told that NBC celebrates their starting a new TV channel and therefore makes a few lucky passers-by this great offer, you can trust them. If this person then escorts you to the nearest reseller of home cinema sets, all in the open, for anyone to see, then you can trust that this person is genuine, honest, and sincere, and that you will not be betrayed or scammed.
If, on the other hand, the person who makes this offer is an unknown person, and he asks you to follow him into a narrow, dark alley where nobody can see or hear what happens – would you trust him?
ThomasJoel2, in my previous posting I asked some simple questions. Would you please answer them?