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    Is it possible to back out of the contract if the process is not complete

    Is it possible to back out out of the contract? Both me and RPM have signed it but the rest of the process has not been complete. I have gotten a much better offer that actually has good support and communication unlike RPM.

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    Re: Is it possible to back out of the contract if the process is not complete

    Maybe... if you get them soon enough start tweeting them endlessly until they reply

    Otherwise you're out of luck seeing as you both have signed

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    Re: Is it possible to back out of the contract if the process is not complete

    Okay thank you for your help

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    Re: Is it possible to back out of the contract if the process is not complete

    yeah as GG has stated, once both parties have signed, you're locked in to the terms on that paper. You could possibly try to ask them very nice like, but I doubt they will do anything...
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    Re: Is it possible to back out of the contract if the process is not complete

    yeah as GG has stated, once both parties have signed, you're locked in to the terms on that paper. You could possibly try to ask them very nice like, but I doubt they will do anything...
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    Re: Is it possible to back out of the contract if the process is not complete

    you need to take this up with RPM. Send them an email

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    Re: Is it possible to back out of the contract if the process is not complete

    you need to take this up with RPM. Send them an email
    Originally Posted by GreenGully View Post
    I do but they take forever to respond

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    Re: Is it possible to back out of the contract if the process is not complete

    Once its signed your locked in unless RPM decides to let you out. It cant hurt to ask, but once the contracts signed its a done deal.

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