Have you noticed how many investment and insurance sales people use a title that dresses up what they do?
(Sell stuff to make them a commission and a profit for the company they represent.)
The problem is that you do not know that these titles are simply marketing tools, i.e. a means to convince you you are dealing with a superior , more experienced than average sales representative.
In reality these honors are bestowed based on sales volume and in recognition for the volume of commissions.
You therefore believe you have a "very special" and "eminently acknowledged" due to the title of "vice-president" or "vice-president and director" and what you have is the most skilled salesman they can wheel out. Hence why they are let loose on the high net worth.
Titles create a false feeling of trust, comfort and prestige, flattery.
Do you really want to work with some one who starts off by trying to pull the wool over your eyes?
Click on the picture above to see some of the cases before the courts regarding this and make your own mind up.