Too-good-to-be-true prospective job revisited
About a month ago on my writer’s blog, I blogged about my fruitless attempts to twice get a too-good-to-be-true, $25/hour job that, indeed, turned out to be too good to be true. Of course, you the discerning reader with common sense and wisdom are no means surprised by that.
A co-worker had told me her brother worked briefly for this energy company (again, it’s neither DTE nor Consumers Energy) and how he quit after a week. It was commission only, door-to-door.
Now, another lady from work tells me her husband actually signed up to switch their energy services to this company. She read over the contract he signed, saw the potentially-exhorbitant energy rates they’d have to pay and decided to take this company up on its grace period of backing out of the contract.
I suppose that was great news to the door-to-door salesman hoping for the commission So he or she could pay their rent.