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Registered: 2017-06-16 Los Angeles, Ca
Whether college is the best route of course you and your daughter have to decide that for yourselves since you have the particulars. Definitely minors can be manipulated which luckily we have laws concerning contracts with minors, etc (and it could be argued that they're not harsh enough).
So in your case it's a matter of is there a case of outright fraud. But misunderstanding where we project are usually how most cons work. A good con person doesn't want to be on the run from the law. So the idea is to get you to project into the deal outcomes that are not there or guaranteed. They're certainly implied, yes.
It's impossible to teach someone all the particulars. It's like approaching math. Most try to just plug and chug instead of learning the proofs. But there's an indefinitely amount of problems that can be created so memorizing particular problems is usually a failed strategy. But learning the proof and why and how things work makes your life much easier. In this case, I'd say it's always good to reinforce into someone on signing anything that they don't have to make that decision right at the moment (assuming they haven't delayed prior). And anyone telling you to sign right now on first appearance is definitely trying to usually con you.
We all have this tendency to project so we always have to be on guard mostly against ourselves. As they say in football, no matter what you think of yourself, the film doesn't lie. Or as they say in the NFL, there's two type of people, those that are humble and those that are about to be. So it's important to I think to have those developing experiences growing up where they can be quite humbling. Losing can have that effect. But it's better to lose with the stakes a lot less.
It's much better to be slow and right than fast and wrong. The former doesn't ensure success. but the later does ensure failure.