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#1 posted 12-08-2017 08:57 PM


If you decide to try this out you need to have a written agreement stating the terms of your agreement.

- a1Jim

Finally another voice for a contractual agreement. Thank you Jim. Folks can reminisce all they want about the good ol’ days with a handshake and a man’s word, but those days are long gone, and, particularly when dealing with companies versus individuals, they will screw you if they get a chance.


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