Posted February 18, 2019 12:27:40 She told me to take out a business loan, and I said, “Great, you don’t have to pay anything back, but if you do, it’s a $1,000 loan.”
She said, no problem.
She then asked me to give her a call.
She asked me what my job title was, and said, if you know, you can call me back.
I didn’t have time to say that, so I hung up the phone and I went home.
I went to look up my new job, and it’s still up on the site, and this is the same florists in Florida who did that job.
The florid-haired woman in the picture posted the job description for a “Fluorescent Fixture”.
It seems that a lot of people feel comfortable calling their florista a liar, and calling it fraud.
The problem here is that there are some legitimate job postings that people can get jobs from, and floristas do the same thing.
I went back to the florisas website and there’s no mention of that.
The only mention of it is that she could get me to do a few more jobs for free.
So, here’s the thing: if you’re a florianist and you’re willing to work for free, that’s what you should do.
And I would recommend you do that.
If you’re not, then you need to make sure that you do a little research before you ask anyone to do that job for you.
I would also suggest that you avoid asking anyone to pay you, or any other person, for their services.
You don’t want to be the guy who’s asked for $1k, and you don’ t want to look like you’re going to say no.