"TRUE STORY" - YOU TRULY NEED TO READ THE WHOLE STORY FOR YOUR BENEFIT
WILL YOU SHARE THIS WITH YOUR FRIENDS, PLEASE?
Yesterday, my husband and I goes to pick up my car from the shop. A young man brings 3 forms for my husband to sign. He explains to my husband as highlighting each areas to sign with a yellow marker as to what supposedly the forms were pertaining too. I asked my husband, "Aren't you going too read those forms prior to signing them?" He says, "You can read them." This was after he had signed them. Who does that? Well the beat goes on. As reading the forms, I saw a descrepency and I questioned it. The young man told me, "I don't have any idea what's in those forms." He then said, "I just work here." He said, "Let me read it so I can explain it to you." He still didn't give me the correct information to the question that I asked.
Now, I knew it wasn't anything that I could do because the dispute would have been the forms have already been signed. The moral to the story is: Please read the fine print before signing anything. The problem that we have in this day and time is something that I often hear, "It's to long and it's to much to read." Be careful, this is the reason for the fine print because they feel that you won't read it. So now, they will tell you anything and it may be that you are signing your life away. Help us Holy Ghost? How would you have handled this situation?
JoAnne Smith Hooks