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Simple Trick To Be Sure Your Contract Is Not Read On Purpose

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Simple Trick To Be Sure Your Contract Is Not Read On Purpose

Capital Letters Result In Increased Difficulty To Understand

If someone signs a contract, they are bound to it, unless they were legally forced to sign it; but there is a way to be sure your contract is not read.

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However, you don’t have to use force to insert something into a contract.

Do what the insurance and credit card companies do:

PRINT PERTINENT PROVISIONS IN EXCLUSIVELY CAPITAL CHARACTERS, EMPLOYING SAN SERIF TYPEFACE (COMPLETELY SANS DIMINUTIVE APPENDAGES, CURLICUES, WHORLS). MOREOVER, LIKEWISE, AND JUDICIOUSLY, EMPLOY THE APPLICATION OF LENGTHY, WORDIER, MORE TROUBLE-SOME WORDING OF EXTENUATED READERSHIP DIFFICULTIES. SUNDRY SCIENFIFIC EXAMINATIONS HAVE NOW IRREFUTABLY ESTABLISHED WITH FIRMNESS OF COMPLETE CERTITUDE THAT PARAGRAPH COMPOSITIONS PRINCIPALLY COMPOSED OF CAPITAL CHARACTER FORMATIONS AS DISPLAYED HEREIN RESULT IN THE LIKELIHOOD OF SUCH FORMULATION BEING SUBSTANTIALLY OF INCREASED DIFFICULTY TO DICPEHER.

Did you fall asleep?

You most likely didn’t read the whole parapgraph.

The use of all capital letters, wordy, convoluted prose… is how to slip something into a contract, or even an advertisement, that you don’t wish people to read.