In today’s further adventures of “you get what you pay for”

Actually, this is why you shouldn’t spend money on recruiting services.

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5 responses to “In today’s further adventures of “you get what you pay for”

  1. DC Weez

    They’re about as useful and reliable as political polls.

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  2. It’s definitely why watching/paying attention to who commits (as opposed to who the school is recruiting) should wait until enrollment date for early enrollees and LOI day for the other guys who are signing LOIs.

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  3. J.G.

    Blessed to say I have officially committed no money to e-cruiting ever!!!!!!!!! #HardCommit #Mortgage #Beer

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  4. Macallanlover

    I look at those sites differently, I am not a recruit-nik at all but I have belonged to two different pay sites in the past and neither for recruiting info. They cannot help the screwy nature of teenagers who are given too much praise at a time they simply cannot handle it.

    First, the pay sites get rid of the lonely teenagers for the most part because they hang with the free boards and chat rooms. Secondly, there are a couple of guys who work really hard at the recruiting info and develop some good contacts that carry over for reliable information once they are on campus. I appreciate their efforts and if $10 a month helps cover their nut, I am happy to help out with that little of a contribution. I am no longer a paying member because the boards eventually become little cliques and infiltrated by dummies making them too less worthy of time. Always hate it for the owners, but it seems inevitable on the interwebs.

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