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FYI: I am in Texas.
No, the agency offers classes and we were thinking about going to the classes but changed our mind because of the cost. It was not mandatory to attend the classes. The agency rep. said that she would give us a copy of the contract the next time we meet up for classes or jobs on the day the contract was signed. I have not received anything not even by mail or e-mail eventhough I have requested it.
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One more question, if they do not respond to my communication and do not sign that they agree with the termination, can I then proceed as if the contract is cancelled? Would I have to go through the process of actually taking them to court or would I be well within my rights to proceed on?
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