I had actually warned my son about getting into contracts.
I always told him to read the fine print and make sure he knows all the details involved.
Well, I guess he was never paying attention, because he ended up getting into a bad contract with an HVAC company. He said that he thought their services were okay, so when the HVAC technician told him about enrolling into an HVAC service plan, he thought it would be a good move. The thing is, the HVAC technician made all kinds of promises about how they would cover all his HVAC maintenance and repair work and they would call him to make the appointments. When he enrolled in the contract, they never bothered to call my son up for the HVAC maintenance work. They even claimed he would have priority servicing, but he had to convince them to come over to do any work on his HVAC, and they wouldn’t even bother to show up half the time. He said he wanted out of the contract and he asked me how that could be done. I hired a lawyer for him and the lawyer took this to court. The lawyer made the argument that the HVAC company misrepresented the terms of the contract to persuade my son to enroll. The contract was fraudulent because they did not meet the terms of the contract, and they caused my son stress and had him miss the opportunity working with a good HVAC company. They ended up having to pay my son all the money that was paid into the contract and even more money for causing him pain and suffering. He learned his lesson to be careful about contracts and also wrote a negative review about this HVAC company.