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.
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.
It’s a lot of work running a business (and fending off these Small Business Monsters). It’s a lot less work with Decent.
Easy peasy benefits, payroll and HR. Let us take care of the monsters.
Decent’s mission since Richard Luck and I founded the company five years ago has been to deliver affordable health insurance for all. Starti