The Bigfoot*Note

Origin: A con man who fell in love with the Paperwork Pest

Favorite things:
Size 6 print at the bottom of a page, farsighted people, lengthy Terms & Conditions sections

Pet Peeves:
Plain language, regular font-size, simplicity

The Bigfoot*Note loves a good bait and switch hidden in the fine print of a contract. If you’ve ever expected one thing only to find out that the contract fine print means you get another (e.g most employee health plans), you’ve been a victim of the Bigfoot*Note.

How to spot the Bigfoot*Note’s work

Does it seem like the contract isn’t even trying to be legible?

Terms seem a little contradictory.

Getting lots of vague answers? They don’t really want you to understand what you’re buying.

It feels like the contract was written by an ancient philosopher.

Had enough of the Bigfoot*Note?

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Easy peasy benefits, payroll and HR. Let us take care of the monsters.

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