Pieces 04/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Solomon Dube and Safecareers have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.
Pieces:You left things in the open and have come here to solve such a crisis.
Mr Dube: They made all these promises of how they could help and nothing came through.
Pieces: So you told all and now they can do nothing for you?
Mr Dube: This was a sealed, private and very intimate deal.
Pieces: They were really jerking your chain by letting it all out.
Mr. Dube: They exposed it all and now nothing is sacred.
Pieces: You were very trusting of these people.
Safecareers: Look, not much to the story here, the guy left himself open and somebody went for it.
Pieces: But you're in the business of helping those who are vulnerable, how could you violate this?
Safecareers: To the contrary we didn't violate anything Mr. Dube was shown all sorts of defense mechanisms and he said he understood what these types of things do to protect.
Pieces: Mr. Dube, did you follow the advice and do what Safecareers instructed?
Mr. Dube:  I did some of the things, but not all because of the cost involved.
Pieces: Cost involved? Meaning the therapy became very expensive?
Mr. Dube: Therapy!
Pieces: You did learn from them by lesson that you do not give money to people you don't owe or when they simply ask for it.
Mr. Dube: I needed therapy afterwards, I didn't owe any money and Safecareers wanted more and they had ways of collecting.
Pieces: Collecting!

Pieces will resume...




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Pieces 04/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Solomon Dube and Safecareers have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.
Pieces:You left things in the open and have come here to solve such a crisis.
Mr Dube: They made all these promises of how they could help and nothing came through.
Pieces: So you told all and now they can do nothing for you?
Mr Dube: This was a sealed, private and very intimate deal.
Pieces: They were really jerking your chain by letting it all out.
Mr. Dube: They exposed it all and now nothing is sacred.
Pieces: You were very trusting of these people.
Safecareers: Look, not much to the story here, the guy left himself open and somebody went for it.
Pieces: But you're in the business of helping those who are vulnerable, how could you violate this?
Safecareers: To the contrary we didn't violate anything Mr. Dube was shown all sorts of defense mechanisms and he said he understood what these types of things do to protect.
Pieces: Mr. Dube, did you follow the advice and do what Safecareers instructed?
Mr. Dube:  I did some of the things, but not all because of the cost involved.
Pieces: Cost involved? Meaning the therapy became very expensive?
Mr. Dube: Therapy!
Pieces: You did learn from them by lesson that you do not give money to people you don't owe or when they simply ask for it.
Mr. Dube: I needed therapy afterwards, I didn't owe any money and Safecareers wanted more and they had ways of collecting.
Pieces: Collecting!

Pieces will resume...




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Pieces 04/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Solomon Dube and Safecareers have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.
Pieces:You left things in the open and have come here to solve such a crisis.
Mr Dube: They made all these promises of how they could help and nothing came through.
Pieces: So you told all and now they can do nothing for you?
Mr Dube: This was a sealed, private and very intimate deal.
Pieces: They were really jerking your chain by letting it all out.
Mr. Dube: They exposed it all and now nothing is sacred.
Pieces: You were very trusting of these people.
Safecareers: Look, not much to the story here, the guy left himself open and somebody went for it.
Pieces: But you're in the business of helping those who are vulnerable, how could you violate this?
Safecareers: To the contrary we didn't violate anything Mr. Dube was shown all sorts of defense mechanisms and he said he understood what these types of things do to protect.
Pieces: Mr. Dube, did you follow the advice and do what Safecareers instructed?
Mr. Dube:  I did some of the things, but not all because of the cost involved.
Pieces: Cost involved? Meaning the therapy became very expensive?
Mr. Dube: Therapy!
Pieces: You did learn from them by lesson that you do not give money to people you don't owe or when they simply ask for it.
Mr. Dube: I needed therapy afterwards, I didn't owe any money and Safecareers wanted more and they had ways of collecting.
Pieces: Collecting!

Pieces will resume...




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Pieces 04/10 PT1

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, February 1, 2010
IN THE UNITED STATES
CIVIL MATTER

Plaintiff

vs.

Defendant

Solomon Dube and Safecareers have decided to settle their dispute with Pieces.
Pieces:You left things in the open and have come here to solve such a crisis.
Mr Dube: They made all these promises of how they could help and nothing came through.
Pieces: So you told all and now they can do nothing for you?
Mr Dube: This was a sealed, private and very intimate deal.
Pieces: They were really jerking your chain by letting it all out.
Mr. Dube: They exposed it all and now nothing is sacred.
Pieces: You were very trusting of these people.
Safecareers: Look, not much to the story here, the guy left himself open and somebody went for it.
Pieces: But you're in the business of helping those who are vulnerable, how could you violate this?
Safecareers: To the contrary we didn't violate anything Mr. Dube was shown all sorts of defense mechanisms and he said he understood what these types of things do to protect.
Pieces: Mr. Dube, did you follow the advice and do what Safecareers instructed?
Mr. Dube:  I did some of the things, but not all because of the cost involved.
Pieces: Cost involved? Meaning the therapy became very expensive?
Mr. Dube: Therapy!
Pieces: You did learn from them by lesson that you do not give money to people you don't owe or when they simply ask for it.
Mr. Dube: I needed therapy afterwards, I didn't owe any money and Safecareers wanted more and they had ways of collecting.
Pieces: Collecting!

Pieces will resume...




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