I think for people newly getting into Scientology it is difficult to reconcile the conflict between their stated goals of helping you and other people with the obvious money motivation. Here we are sharing very private information with the expectation of complete trust in how it will be handled and respected yet their obvious priority is getting the stats up before 2:00 on Thursday. That is an inherent conflict of interest that implies potential betrayal of trust. We might not be able to put it into words but we can certainly grasp it intuitively. After we become more indoctrinated we understand things like 'Exchange" is important in order that we don't become out-ethics, or that because we aren't Clear yet we are subconsciously controlled by the Reactive Mind and therefore staff are using 8-C (Pure Intention and Control) in our best interests to get us up the Bridge. But here again the concept of exchange is always one way because the COS in policy and contracts assumes the moral high ground on the basis of the greatest good for the greatest number of dynamics is always in the best interests of the COS and 8-C is by definition manipulative. In fact, every altruistic Scientology concept including ARC and KRC become manipulative when used in the interests of the COS. At this point we become accomplices in running the con on other people until the inconsistencies become so great and our inside knowledge is sufficient enough that we start to either analyze how the problems are created by Scientology itself or we reach an emotional breaking point where all we know is we have to get away from Scientology.