TruGreen stopped by my brother’s house. He and my sister-in-law were not home. However, my adult nephew, who is autistic, was home. His condition makes it obvious that he cannot communicate clearly. Despite this, the TruGreen representative persuaded him into signing a yard care contract. Fortunately, my brother and sister-in-law arranged that any legal document he signs without their approval is not legally binding.
I think it was extremely unethical for TruGreen to take advantage of my nephew in that way and they should be ashamed. I'm so angry that I needed to vent and share it with others. Those who take advantage of people with special needs shouldn't be in business.