Hello everyone reading this post. First of all, I want to thank you all for taking the time to read me and thank you in advance for anything helpful that will come out from it. Just to give you guys context, I’m currently working as a “locksmith” assisting car lockouts, house lockouts, rekeys, safe lockouts, etc… and today I was offered to start the process of learning how to make car keys and/or automotive stuff. For the better part of last year, I’ve been learning new things and trying my best to know as much as I can and to be honest, I do want to have a career as a locksmith, a respectable, honest one. The problem with this offer, is that the company owner told me that in order for me to get there, I have to sign a contract for three years, and that he needs an answer by tomorrow. I have to mention that I’ve been with him only two days and now he wants me to sign. The contract reads that in case I break it or fail to follow what’s in it, I’m forced to pay him $30000. He knows I’m in a bad moment (financially) and I’m afraid he’s just trying to get advantage from me. I haven’t seen the contract, I haven’t gone trough it yet, what’s in the paragraph is as much as I know about it. I would really appreciate it anyone can help me clear things out. I’m a young guy trying to make a decent, honest living. Have a wife and a kid to sustain and I don’t want to be victim of someone’s greed. So, what do you guys think? Once again, thank you very much! If there’s anything you guys need to know before replying please just ask me.