I think each case should be judged on its own merits because it would be unfair to paint everyone with the same brush as people do with Muslims. It’s also possible genuineness and sincerity can be misunderstood as being deceptive I don’t know but before I became a Baha’i I mistrusted Baha’is too but when I finally understood what they were trying to tell me I realise now how wrong I was and that they in fact gave me a gift greater than life and asked for nothing in return.
It took me years before I understood the true motive of Baha’is and when I did find out I realised it wasn’t what I at first suspected. It was very sincere but I had been so used to being deceived that I lost all belief that sincerity and genuineness existed on the planet anymore and was always suspicious of them. Buto of course we have faults and shortcomings and nobody is denying that.
I concur as to individuality, and I've learned a lot about Baha'i individuality here. I don't think all that many people make sweeping generalisations about a billion people, but I could be wrong. You're making a sweeping generalisation about people of your own faith in 'the true motive of Baha'is'. Most certainly I've found adherents of your faith to have differing motives.
You yourself have admitted several times to have been a victim of friendship evangelism, and insinuated from that that only the Baha'is would have helped you in your moment of need. Personally, I see that as more just coincidence, and suspect lots of people would have helped you, but for whatever reason, it didn't happen. Most social services here in Canada are governmental, or non-denominational.