Any Company Informative - General Advice - Contracts, Disclosures, Fee Schedules, etc...

Review by ELH on 2008-02-08
This is just a reminder, to all, that you need to READ any and all contracts, disclosures, fee schedules, and any other paperwork/etc that is given to you about ANYTHING!! Especially before you sign ANYTHING!! It may be a slight annoyance for the person on the other end of the transaction initially, however, in the end it may result in a win/win situation for both of you. DO NOT trust people or companies, just because, you will discover that this works to your advantage at times. Not reading BINDING CONTRACTS, etc, is PURE LAZINESS and only hurts you in the long run!

Trust me, this will NOT steer you wrong!
Comments:6 Replies - Latest reply on 2008-02-09
Posted by GothicSmurf on 2008-02-08:
(VH). Remember folks, by signing you are pretty much saying you read and understand and agree to all terms within that document. Saying you haven't read it or didn't read it does not excuse you from it's terms.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-02-09:
The individual serves the industrial system not by supplying it with savings and the resulting capital; he serves it by consuming its products.
-John Kenneth Galbraith, The New Industrial State
Posted by Principissa on 2008-02-09:
I think the problem is that most people trust what the salesperson is telling them. So in turn they don't think they need to read what they are signing. Or they are just too embarrassed to ask a question so they just sign and they think they will figure it out. By then it's too late. If you have any doubts about anything you sign, the time to ask a question is before you sign it.
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-02-09:
Hello, I am having a tosted pennut butter sammie with a Dr.Pepper, would you like some?
Posted by fascismsux on 2008-02-09:

Principissa- That's called 'misplaced faith ' -It's pandemic, and the root of most
problems , I think !
Lidman- no more caffeine son , go to bed !
Posted by Anonymous on 2008-02-09:
fascismsux, would you like a PB sammie and some Dr Pepper?

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