>It’s Bath Fittings, Not Baptism

>If all this is true, which it probably is since this woman’s lawyer has more clients saying the same thing, this Bath Fitter franchise is messed up, and needs to learn a few lessons.

Jo A. Yochum says that she began working for this bath fitting franchise, and had to pay $90000 for the training she received. But the training wasn’t about their company practices, or what goes into what they sell. According to Yochum, it was like entering into a cult. She’s suing because not only did she have to pay for it, because she wasn’t willing to go along, she was cut off from new leads despite her being a good salesperson.

If I’m working for a company, it’s none of their business what god I worship, if I worship at all. Just where the hell do they get off doing this to people?

I hope she, and others like her, win their case. That’s just creepy.

And the icing on the cake? Get a look at the reporter’s name. Rich Lord.

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