I did not know that the essence of my ex-girlfriend could be manifested as an entire college!
All kidding aside, what the heck was this recruiter thinking? Who dares work in education only to turn around and manipulate a FOURTEEN year-old in
such a despicable way.
Yes, the kid obviously told the recruiter that he had parents and I'm sure that's where the recruiter was hoping to get the money from but what if it
was a situation where the parents would not help the kid or the kid had no parents?
Let's just take all morality out of this and pretend for a second that this recruiter isn't the scum between the toes of the
sometimes-warped-educational system, and ask ourselves "Who on Earth would think it was a good business idea to invest into a 14 year-old?!"
Does anyone here think a 14 year-old has 13,000 dollars to spend on college classes? I don't mean their parents money but their own money. It would be
rare to find.
Adding morality back in, what a messed up thing to do. I haven't heard such deception towards a kid except from a kidnapper trying to lure a kid in
with candy or a puppy to their van. "Don't tell your parents, it'll be a good surprise."
I couldn't find any mention of this reporters name but I hope she gets canned for this despicable act.
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