May 14, 2012 â€“ BOSTON, MA. Distressedpro.com today announced that Distressedpro.com and Frank Tardif, who for a short while had appointed and promoted himself as Distressedpro.comâ€™s â€œconsulting economist,â€ have decided to part ways and move down separate professional paths.
â€œI was pleased when Frank first showed interest and enthusiasm in Distressedpro.com by advising members of a LinkedIn group to participate in Distressedpro.comâ€™s e-mail course,â€ said Brecht Palombo, founder and principal of Distressedpro.com. â€œI was equally pleased,â€ Palombo went on, â€œwhen Frank later participated in a Distressedpro.com podcast and told our listeners that Distressedpro.com is â€˜the perfect toolâ€™ and â€˜truly astonishing.â€™â€ And, stated Palombo, â€œwhen Frank suggested that he begin referring to and promoting himself as Distressedpro.comâ€™s â€˜consulting economist,â€™ I saw logic and synergies in his suggestion.â€
Nevertheless, Distressedpro.com has decided to abandon efforts to affiliate with Tardiff, and to move forward without his participation. â€œWe were unable to arrive at agreeable business terms for the continuation of any relationship. Distressedpro.com wishes Frank all the best in his future endeavors,â€ said Palombo.