How is it going guys.Im gonna make this short because I know you guys are busy. I signed a contract with this talent agency. But it turns out there not who they say they are. Is it true I can get out the contract before 30 days. They want me to pay them 3,000 over a course of 3yrs. Im located in the stae of Califoria.I really need some help.very respectfully
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I was gonna talk to them tomorrow. To see if there any clause to get out of contract.They told me before I can get out of the contract. As long as I come to them before 30 days.I think they might try to pull a fast one, because they been very rude every since I signed the agreement.
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So is that a no or yes
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The answer is "no" unless this particular contract provides for such a cancellation right. Without having benefit of seeing the document you signed, that is the best that can be said.
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