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Asked on: 7/11/13, 8:27 pm

I work for the largest provider of roadside service in the US. on our first day of employment, they handed us a form to sign saying if we quit prior to one year of working for them, we would owe them upwards of up to $2000 (prorated monthly). of course they present it in a way where they say if you don't sign it, you can walk. i'm in a situation where i may have to quit my job soon due to a living situation. can they legally make me pay them back? they say it's for compensation for training and other expenses.

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