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Hi, Paul. Thank you for your answering. What I need to pay according to the employment agreement is not just $4000 dollars, but also I have to pay 8 dollars per hour for the rest of 2080 hours of the working year. So it is a large amount of money.
In terms of proving myself is doing the work out of anything I was trained to do, I can provide more detail in the below.
My background is not computer science. This is the first job I got after my graduated here in US. They give the basic training for web development for 2 months. In the employment agreement, it mentions that they provided training to enable me to have adequate skills to perform client side work. However, the truth is they gave fake resume to client and said I have more than 6 years working experience and I can do everything. I had the fake resume with me. Also the client terminated their contract with my company after I told them the truth. Can these detail be used to proving that they breached the agreement?
Thank you Paul for your answer and I am looking forward to hearing from you.
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