Patti, Geez, never heard THAT question before (gufaw, gufaw!!). I just grin and bear it. My only issue Iis with standard of care and making sure all disclosures are properly disclosed and SIGNED in a TIMELY manner!! I can't tell you how many times I get an agent's disclosure the day before escrow closes. In the great State of California the buyer has 3 days upon receipt to bail if they find an item they dispute. You folks won't belive this but lately we've had MANY stories of unlicensed agents presenting offers alledgely for their "broker". The hutzpuh of these aassistants and gents is amazing. We had a broker here in our County, well known, does a lot of business, actually have his UNLICENSED ASSISTANT write and present an offer and put his name in the spot for the agent. When we confronted him on his actions he tried to stonewall us. So we DID NOT PAY THEM!! A non-licensee is NOT able to collect commissions. The broker didn't object at all as he knew we had him dead to rights!! The EO (executive officer) of our Association, if she doesn't recognize a name from an agent requesting contracts from our store, will pull up the person's name on our data base and/or with DRE if no name is under the Realtor list. When the market was a rockin' this happened at an alarming rate. I check the license status of EVERY agent I work with!